There are three types of project plans in autocad:
The first type is the one that you create when you want to use a specific drawing as a template for your new drawing.
The second type is the one that you create when you want to reuse a set of drawings as a template for your new drawing.
The third type is the one that is used when you want to make architectural drawings.
There are many methods of projecting in autocad. The most common ones are parallel projection, perspective projection, orthographic projection and oblique projection.
Autocad has some features that are designed to help with this step:
The “Plan View” allows you to see the building from a bird’s eye view and make sure everything is in order before you start designing the floor plan.
The “Elevation View” allows you to see what your building will look like from different angles and also helps with design decisions like how high or low a window should be.
You can also use the “Section View” which helps you see what your design will look like if it were cut in half or sliced in any direction.
There are many advantages of using project plan in autocad. The first advantage is the ability to view the drawing from different views. This is because, in project plan, you can see all the drawings at once without having to switch between them.
Another advantage of using project plan in autocad is that it allows you to see all your drawing and their associated data at a glance. This means that it's easier for you to find and edit drawings or change their properties.