Inventor Content Center Part 3 – Getting Around

Hello again!

Part three of this series, I have decided, will be a breakdown of the Content Center Editor itself.  It’s nice to know where everything is before you get started.  It’s like driving off the lot in a brand new car without first learning what everything is for on the dashboard.  So let’s dive right into this.

I decided after looking over the menu in the Content Center that I really didn’t want to crowd this up with a bunch of screen shots… so I put on my fancy new headset, and I made you guys a video.  I like to think I’m getting a little better at this, but I must admit to tripping over my own tongue a few times… laugh with me or at me… I can take it.   

So, without further ado, I present my video on getting around in the Content Center user interface.



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CAD Department Supervisor at Powell Fabrication & Manufacturing, Inc. CAD Designer & Detailer specializing in Inventor Tube & Pipe, Frame Generator, Content Center, Vault Professional. Autodesk Expert Elite member. Blogger. AU 2014 Speaker. Husband and father.

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