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AutoCAD supports two types of drawings: sheet drawings and block drawings. AutoCAD does not support the preparation of architectural drawings, plans, and elevations. AutoCAD is the only professional CAD software available for Windows. It is available in Standard, Architectural and Premium editions. A free trial of the standard version is available. Users can activate the trial for 15 days (30 days if purchased through a reseller) before the software expires.
AutoCAD has over 9 million users worldwide. The software is one of the most popular CAD tools in the world and has the third-largest installed base of any CAD application, behind only the Autodesk family of software products, which includes AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT, and CorelDRAW.
A community of 9,000 active users creates blogs and wikis on the Autodesk Support and Autodesk User community websites, which provides technical support for AutoCAD, Autodesk software, and supporting hardware.
AutoCAD History AutoCAD was originally developed in 1982 by Autodesk, Inc., a company founded by Gary Kildall to create games for the new PC platform. In 1994, Autodesk incorporated and renamed the original product. In 1995, Autodesk launched AutoCAD, its first general-purpose CAD application.
AutoCAD was originally a stand-alone product that did not require any other Autodesk software. However, with the introduction of AutoCAD LT in 1998, Autodesk introduced the AutoCAD Package (ACPD), which included Autodesk Inventor, Inventor LT, and AutoCAD LT.
In 2010, Autodesk launched AutoCAD for the iPad, with enhancements to speed up rendering and improve the workflow. AutoCAD for iOS was based on AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD LT Mobile, and supported rendering of architectural drawings as well as the architectural features of AutoCAD LT Architecture.
AutoCAD has seen a number of software redesigns, including a 2003 update, a 2008 update (AutoCAD 2008), and Autodesk Inventor. The 2018 release is AutoCAD 2018. AutoCAD 2018 includes features such as milling, editing, and framing tools, among others.
AutoCAD Early Versions
In 1985, Autodesk released a beta version of AutoCAD for the Apple II, the
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AutoCAD is the successor to AutoCAD LT and AutoCAD 2000. It was first publicly released in March 1996. AutoCAD was rebranded as AutoCAD Architecture in May 2013.
AutoCAD LT (also known as AutoCAD Express) was a product available for Microsoft Windows and OS/2. In March 1996, the first AutoCAD LT was released, a 32-bit application with full 32-bit AutoCAD drawing capability. AutoCAD LT 2002 and AutoCAD LT 2004 offered AutoCAD R14 compatibility. AutoCAD LT 2004 also offered a feature called data linking which allowed the DWF (.DWF) output from the program to be linked with DWF files produced from another source.
AutoCAD 2000 was a product available for Windows, OS/2 and Linux. It was originally released in December 1994. AutoCAD 2000 was the first release to use the AutoCAD R10 standard format. This improved the interface, file format and drawings produced by AutoCAD compared to the AutoCAD R9 standard format.
Acquisitions and partnerships
In June 2013, Autodesk announced the acquisition of ObjectARX for $270 million, after which Autodesk released ObjectARX as a free open source C++ class library, with its source code under the Apache License 2.0, on GitHub. Autodesk also announced that ObjectARX would become the foundation of the next generation of AutoCAD products. ObjectARX is available in the Autodesk Application Store as well as the GIT Hub.
In April 2014, Autodesk partnered with Wi-Fi provider AT&T to offer Wi-Fi services for mobile devices through Windows, iOS and Android AutoCAD mobile apps. The features included wireless data connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB connectivity.
In September 2016, Autodesk announced it would acquire rival Corel from software giant NxSoftware for CAD$400 million (approximately $293.6 million). The deal was completed on December 8, 2016. Corel had made AutoCAD available on iOS in 2012. Corel also sold CAD software through its offices in Russia and India, as well as other African countries and a number of Asian markets, including Indonesia and Taiwan. The company’s office in Ottawa, Ontario, was one of the original CAD software developers, and remains one of the leading CAD software
3.2 – select a model
Create a new project using the single files, by choosing “empty project” and choosing a
model from the list.
3.3 – creating the drawing
Open the drawing by double clicking on it, or right click on the file and select the “open” option.
3.4 – adding a polyline segment
You can add a polyline segment by choosing “pencil” and then right click on a line segment, and select the
“Add polyline segment” option.
3.5 – modifying a polyline segment
You can edit a polyline segment by choosing “pencil” and then right click on a line segment and select the
“Edit polyline segment” option.
3.6 – choosing to create line drawings
You can create line drawings from your polygons by choosing “pencil” and then right click on the figure you
want to draw and choose “line drawings”.
3.7 – creating an annotation
You can create an annotation of the model by choosing “pencil” and then right click on a model and select the
“create annotation” option.
3.8 – changing the background
You can change the background of the drawing by choosing “pencil” and then right click on the figure you
want to change and choose the “change background” option.
3.9 – exporting the drawing
You can export the drawing to a PDF file by choosing “drawing” and then right click on the model and select
the “export” option.
3.10 – modifying the exported drawing
You can edit the exported PDF file by double clicking on it, or you can open it in a text editor by
choosing “drawing” and then right click on the file and select the “open” option.
3.11 – modifying the exported drawing
Create a new PDF file by choosing “drawing” and then right click on the model and select the “export”
If you want to create a PDF file for a single model, you can choose “single file” and choose a name for the
If you want to create a PDF file for all models, you can choose “batch” and choose the model names as
3.12 – viewing an already modified PDF file
You can view an
What’s New In AutoCAD?
Bring your designs to life with drawing automation. Automatically create standard and custom elements, complete with their properties, as well as export as DXF, DWG, or DXF+ attributes. (video: 5:40 min.)
More intelligent CAD drawing:
Exposure levels can now be modified automatically and dynamically during an exposure job. Set up a new workgroup and it will remember your preferences.
New joining and unjoining:
Create custom joins, such as “to the nearest” and “to the nearest true”, by specifying the join point and include point.
Create spline and polyline endpoints by setting the starting and ending intersection points.
View the entire history of your drawings with “Undo History”, and reverse individual edit actions.
New “Flatten” and “Grind”:
Grind your drawings for printing and prepress by flattening and polishing them.
Print and prepress directly from CAD by exporting your drawing to a portable document format (PDF) or an industry-standard CAD-DWG format.
New “Show Tips”:
Work with your drawings more intuitively, helping you avoid mistakes. Quickly view detailed help content and get information about commands, tools, and entities.
Reset a group of entities to the last-used default values, making it easier to update them.
Trace and calibrate an image using a projected model.
Enhanced print preview:
See the best resolution and color settings for your print job, even before print is started.
More capabilities for combining DWG files:
Extend your drawings to import multiple 3D models or objects. Resolve and update common entities and attributes, using any number of objects and models, and create a new drawing based on the changes.
More copying capabilities:
Insert one drawing into another, preserving the IDs of both drawings.
New “Draw Key”:
Create alternate views of your drawing. Draw and paint one view, and the others become “draw keys” for other designs
Operating system: Windows XP (Service Pack 2), Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit)
CPU: 1.8 GHz CPU or better
RAM: 2 GB RAM or better
HDD: 15 GB available space
Minimum and Recommended Visual Settings (Available Visual Settings):
Minimum Visual Settings:
Rendering Quality: Standard
Effects: FXAA, SMAA (on Windows 7/8)
Hardware Tessellation: Off
Post Processing: Off