MicroStation 201 – MicroStation Advanced

Class Description
The MicroStation Advanced course is intended for the experienced MicroStation user and focuses on the features of MicroStation designed to improve user and work-group productivity. Providing lecture, demonstration and hands- on exercises, MicroStation Advanced begins with a thorough examination of the DGN file, AccuDraw and ends with an introduction to importing and exporting CAD data from/to other CAD programs.

Who Should Attend
Example job titles of the target audience for this class:
Administrator; Analyst; Application Developer; Architect; Architectural Designer; Architectural Engineer; Civil Engineer; Civil Engineering Technician; Construction Site Worker; Consultant; Designer; Design Engineer; Drafter; Electrical Designer; Electrical Engineer; Facility Manager; GIS Market Analyst; GIS Specialist; Hydraulics Engineer; Imaging Specialist; Instrumentation Drafter; Instrumentation Engineer; Manager; Mechanical Engineer; Mechanical Engineering Designer; Naval Engineer; Pipe Stress Engineer; Piping Designer; Piping Drafter; Planner; Plant Administrator; Plant Engineer; Process Engineer; Product Designer; Project Manager; Site Developer; Structural Designer; Structural Engineer; Structural Engineering Technician; Surveyor

Suggested Prerequisites
Attendance of MicroStation 101  or equivalent experience

Course Outline

  • Course Overview
  • DGN File Settings
  • Working with Cells
  • Grouping Elements
  • Advanced Annotation
  • Multi-Scale Detail Sheets
  • Working with Tags
  • Custom Line Styles
  • Productivity Tools
  • Advanced AccuDraw
  • Data Management
  • Project Explorer
  • Customizing
  • Protecting your Intellectual Property
  • Advanced Printing
  • Google Earth
  • Working with DWG

Related Classes

Our goal is to make sure your class meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are treated as guides to help steer the workshop. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.