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Hello and welcome to Part Two of our Network Pallets lesson here. Another DG CAD CAD Clip so part one, we should have gone through the theory aspect of the creating a project or I should say Network Pallets not to be mixed up with project base pallets by they way so we have gone through the theory in the first part of this lesson.
Now we are going to do a bit of a demo, we are going to follow through this steps right inside of here. So step one is to prepare a styles drawing which as your doors or your walls or your windows or whatever styles you want to put on to your network pallets.
Of course, here is our pallet over here and these are the standard pallets and you can have the whole combination of local pallets and networked pallets and different ways in here. And these one of course are just regular editable pallets and our network pallets will not be editable at the user end which is kind of a good thing.
So I am going to prepare a styles drawing and that will contain all the styles I want. So in this particular drawing, I mean right now I have got two walls styles very basic inside of here and they are saved in my style manager. If I go to format, style manager, I will see I have these two wall styles in there. So that is the first step in here is to save and prepare a drawing that has the styles you want. In this case again, I am using walls but it could be any aspect of ADT styles. Save the file to a network file location preferably read only and accessible to all the users.
So I am going to save this file. I am going to go in and save file, Save as and I am going to go to a folder on my server somewhere and this is case, I am going to say my E drive and this has to be somewhere were everyone can get to that is a network drive and inside of here, I can go in here and I can take this and call this DG walls or styles or it depends on how you want to break them up into different drawings.
So I am going to save this drawing. Save the file to a network location. Step three, open the content browser and create a new catalogue that is saved to a shared folder again preferably read only and accessible to all the users. Inside of the content browser and that catalogue create some categories and then some empty pallets ready to receive the new tools. So we will do that right now.
I am going to open up my content browser and inside of here, this whole view here is the whole library and you can see who is logged in and inside this library, I am going to make a new catalogue by right clicking in nowhere here and saying add a catalogue. And I am going to say create because I am still creating the catalogue in here and I am going to call this you know DG catalogue.
And I am going to browse again. This is a key that we browse to somewhere that is a network location that everyone can get to. Go to my E drive, to my ADT 2006 support. Make a new folder inside of here. I am going to right click and rename that to be catalogue or whatever I want, click out. So that is the location of it. So I can see here, here is going to be the name of my catalogue and this is where it is going to be saved where everyone can get to.
I am going to hit okay that catalogue gets created and we can add an image and everything. Single click inside of here, inside of this catalogue, I am going to go down to here and I am going to say make a new category and I am just going to call this imperial. And I can go in, usually I make an imperial on a metric right away and these are just categories. Double click on there, inside of there is where I create my pallets and this going to be my networked pallet and I call this DG walls or something. And I should probably be using capitals and etc. but that is okay.
So then I create that pallet. If I click on here there is nothing in that pallet which is fine and I can back step through here okay back and back. So there is my new network catalogue. It has got a category and it has got a pallet kind of sitting there and waiting. So that is my next set of steps here ready to receive the tools, now that has been done.