Autodesk Content Browser is an application that is included in select AutoCAD software such as AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD Civil 3D. The Content Browser functions as a tool library for the software that installed it, where the tools and tool palettes utilized in building a project are stored by the user (each member of the building team), and where each member is given access to the tools and tool palettes of other members, so they can also use these with the design of the parts assigned to them.
The application provides a personal library catalog for each user where they can add tools that they use in Imperial and Metric units. For example, a user assigned to design the hallway can create catalogs such as these: Hallway Modeling Catalogs – Imperial, and Hallway Modeling Catalogs – Metric. Each catalog contains a set of tools that correspond to the specific unit of measurement indicated by the catalog.
The catalogs provided by the software, in this case AutoCAD Civil 3D, are note editable; which means that the user cannot add or delete items (tools) from the catalog. The user however, is given a free hand in creating their personal catalog.
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