When you are in the final stages of a design, you can publish drawings for review, and receive corrections and comments electronically. You can then implement and respond to these comments and republish your drawings. Doing all this electronically streamlines communication, shortens review cycles, and results in a more efficient design process.
Anyone who has Autodesk. Design Review can mark up DWF files that you send out for review. You can then view these markups in AutoCAD and make changes to your drawings and change the status of the markups.
When you publish drawings for review, it should be at the end of the design cycle.
You use Autodesk Design Review to insert markups into a DWF file. A markup is a single comment or a redline geometry correction inserted into a DWF file.
You use the Markup Set Manager to view and manage markups. To view the markups in your designs, you must load the markup set into the Markup Set Manager.
Once you have reviewed markups, you can change their status and add comments that are saved with the markup.
After you have viewed a markup set and made changes to your drawings, you can republish the markup set for another review.