The version of AutoCAD that runs on the Microsoft Windows operating system became a best-selling product in the early 1990s. AutoCAD 2009 is available for Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh and Linux.
AutoCAD LT is a lower-end version of the AutoCAD application. It is bundled with a series of AutoCAD related software packages, including AutoCAD Drawing, Design Review and Layout. It supports 2D drawing only, and lacks many of the advanced features available in AutoCAD. In contrast, CorelDRAW is a professional-grade vector graphics editor that supports drawing of both 2D and 3D.
The term AutoCAD originates from the term AutoCADling.
Autodesk’s AutoCAD has been used to create various products in the field of engineering, architecture, product design, graphics, art and engineering education. In 2009 Autodesk added Autodesk Create to their suite of applications and platforms. Creating is an online graphics tool for designers to draw using HTML5 and web apps. The software is compatible with the iPad, Android tablets, desktops and smart phones.
AutoCAD software can be categorized by its native OS:
Microsoft Windows: AutoCAD 2008 and later versions
AutoCAD for Windows
AutoCAD for Windows has a series of releases:
Apple Macintosh: AutoCAD 2005 and later versions
AutoCAD for Mac
AutoCAD for Windows
Linux: AutoCAD 2010 and later versions
AutoCAD for Linux
Linux software development
Most of the different AutoCAD versions have a version number, which identifies a release of the software. This version number is not the current version of the software, but rather the current version of AutoCAD. In general, the version number will increase when new features are introduced to a version, and a new software is released.
The major version number is followed by a point (or dot
A person is the main users of AutoCAD. This includes architects, engineers, designers, drafters, surveyors, photographers and many other users of the software.
AutoCAD was originally written by Norman A. Woodland in 1981 as AutoDWG, and was originally called AutoDWG2. The name was later changed to AutoCAD.
AutoDWG was a batch graphics program with user interface inspired by a similar program called “Batch File”.
Autodesk bought the rights to AutoDWG on July 11, 1987, renaming the program to AutoCAD. The main difference between AutoDWG and AutoCAD is that the latter included CAD. AutoCAD was originally released as an expensive product, but from the early 1990s onwards Autodesk lowered its prices and made CAD software freely available to individuals as part of the
AutoCAD LT package.
In February 1990, Autodesk introduced the AutoCAD R12 and R12-1R, a significant new redesign of the software.
AutoCAD RT (Routerset)
AutoCAD RT (Routerset) is an AutoCAD drawing creation program originally developed by John Ford of Avanex.
Routerset, which debuted with AutoCAD 3.0, featured a graphical interface and a menu bar. It is also the first version that added the “standard” interface, which was based on 2D graphics, but also capable of using 3D graphics on some programs (e.g. Revit).
It also included a “command bar” feature, where 3D commands could be placed on the “command bar” and accessed by pressing the up and down arrow keys.
Routerset lost the “command bar” feature when AutoCAD 4.0 was released.
Routerset also introduced a number of features that were common in the 1994 version of Adobe Pagemaker: a clip box, which allows you to draw on “pages” inside the drawing; 3D viewport editing; time-saving options such as layers and templates; file saving options such as PDF, CADDWG, and CXF; and automatic, user-friendly B-rep editing of various components such as walls and columns.
Routerset was originally released on September 17, 1994, but did not feature at Autodesk’s booth at the 1993 CAD
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Open Autocad and create a new drawing, save it as “test.dwg”, and export to DWG format.
Right-click in the drawing and select Preferences > Board/Section References and print the board/section references.
Select the section called “What you see”, and right-click. Select the keygen and export as a DWG file.
Open this DWG file in Autodesk Autocad, and activate it.
Save the drawing as test2.dwg.
Change the name of the file to test.dwg
Open test.dwg, select the reference in the keygen and right-click. Select the option that says “Insert section”.
Delete the old section, and insert the keygen section you just created.
You can now export a section called “What you see” that will be used as the section you see.
The keygen is 1 section and 1 model.
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Easily output designs into photo-quality prints on paper or glossy film, with professionally high-quality finish and printing speed.
Lighting and Logos:
Create logos that can be used in 3D designs and models. Draw, cut, scale, and rotate your logos in real time.
Keep your design consistent with paper-based modeling by using auto-layout (1:38 min.)
Markup Export and Markup Assistant:
Prepare drawings to be printed or exported to PDF (video: 1:37 min.)
Marking and Measurement:
A whole host of new tools to accurately mark and measure lines, circles, shapes, and dimensions, so you can make high-quality prints and add exact distances to all parts of your design (video: 1:29 min.)
Make your drawings easier to read by keeping their content separate from the model’s overall appearance. When NoLayers is turned on, objects appear on their own layers, completely separate from any other layers in your drawing. The layers remain hidden and can be added or moved individually.
Review, comment on, and discuss your design with other users. Bring up a design and easily review the comments from all participants on a consistent, one-screen view.
Replace objects that you have marked up with temporary annotations. New annotations can be added to an object at any time and can include one of many options, including text, dimensions, shapes, fill colors, colors, and more.
Measure and Count Layers:
Quickly count and measure the number of layers in a drawing. You can even add custom layers to the count (video: 1:13 min.)
Save as PDF and SVG:
Create a PDF that will automatically save changes to your drawing. Optimize the PDF file for maximum printing quality and efficiency, so you can produce high-quality, high-quality prints (video: 1:21 min.)
Free to copy in PDF:
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