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AutoCAD offers a lot of functionality, many of which are deeply integrated into the software’s GUI. While some of this functionality is automatically included as part of the free version of the software, advanced options are only available in the more expensive premium versions.
Starting with AutoCAD 2019, support for AutoCAD LT (unlicensed versions from 1999 to 2016) is no longer available in AutoCAD. The LT versions are no longer updated, are not supported and no longer receive security patches. AutoCAD LT is still available for Windows PCs and Macs, however, and the official website is still active.
For features that are not available in AutoCAD LT, users should be advised that the license they purchased does not grant them access to these features. For further information on AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT licensing, please refer to the following sections of this article.
Step 1: Installing AutoCAD
First, download the installer from the Autodesk website. The installer should run automatically when you double-click the installer file.
Step 2: Starting the software
Once you have successfully downloaded and installed the software, you must register your product and activate it. To do this, click the following link:
Step 3: Assigning a license and set up user preferences
After you have completed the registration process, the software should open and you should see the Software License Agreement (SLA) and the User’s Guide. If you have not licensed AutoCAD yourself, you will need to follow the instructions to create an Autodesk License, which is a separate process from licensing the software.
To create an Autodesk License, click the Licensing tab. If you have not licensed Autodesk software before, you will be asked to select a billing account to use to pay for the license, and create a password. Click the Create Your License button. If you have previously licensed the software, you should have an account that has already been created. A Welcome message will tell you that you are licensed for the first time or that you have an existing license. Click the Setup tab to open the Software Setup Wizard, which can be used to set up your AutoCAD preferences.
For further instructions, including how to set up different company user profiles, click the Help button in the upper-left corner.
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Aims and goals
The primary goal of AutoCAD is to design and develop applications to streamline workflows in the drafting, design, and building and construction industry.
AutoCAD was first released in 1980, a very early version known as AutoCAD had been considered for years by Autodesk before the company decided to go ahead with the launch. The 1980 version ran on the Apple II, the MS-DOS operating system, and shared a common look and feel with the Macintosh programs. The original AutoCAD was included with every Apple II sold and was a complete substitute for the Apple’s Appleworks word processing program. The 1980 version supported only a limited selection of standard Microsoft Windows commands, such as cut and paste and copy and paste. It also had no ability to work with the Microsoft Windows bitmap image formats such as BMP and GIF. Although AutoCAD was not the first to support these formats, in 1980 they were seen as still developing, and not as an established standard. The 1980 version was released for Apple II, DOS and Mac, and could also be run on a PC with the included Microsoft Windows simulator.
The Apple II version of AutoCAD 1981 was the first release to support the Microsoft Windows operating system. In this release, the AutoCAD graphical user interface (GUI) was redesigned, although it was not to the style of other Windows programs such as Microsoft Word. However, it did include several additional features, including: a built-in utility for creating and editing tables, named Table Builder, a new history file that allows drawings and pages to be easily restored, the ability to copy and paste files, formatted text and pictures, and the ability to insert images from the Macintosh picture file format (PICT). This version of AutoCAD 1981 became the first program offered by Autodesk to include basic support for the Microsoft Windows operating system.
In 1982, an update was released, and its logo was the only difference from the 1981 version. The update included new features such as direct access to the Macintosh drawing file format (DIF) file format, an automated re-sizing feature, and a new drawing and page recovery feature. It also added support for the ability to rotate and scale the drawing to match the screen resolution. In 1982, the Microsoft Windows version of AutoCAD 81 was
Open the Autocad file.
In the bottom right corner of the main screen, press Ctrl + F3.
In the File menu, select Save As.
In the Save As dialogue box, select a name and click Save.
You will be asked to save the file to the Autocad root directory, for example: c:\autocad. You can accept the default save location or type a different path.
Now, you can open the Autocad file.
The desktop version is freely downloadable from the Autodesk website.
The following is an example of AutoCAD/AutoCAD LT programming using API (Application Programming Interface). The API is available in all three products, but it is only used in the main programs in AutoCAD LT and AutoCAD. The following is a typical API for a command, that is, a command for a specific process.
DlgCommand dwCommand, dwCommandID, hwndParent, lParam
The following is an example of a command call in.NET.
DlgCommand dwCommand, dwCommandID, hwndParent, lParam
Structure and API functions
The following is an example of a “Go to” command function in the API. This can be used in the programs of all three versions.
HRESULT DwgCmdGoTo(DWORD dwCommand, DWORD dwCommandID, HWND hwndParent, LPARAM lParam)
DlgCommand, dwCommand, and hwndParent are in this order:
The first number is the generic number for the command. This is the primary number, which is used for any other numbers used for parameters. (In other words, the first number is the number for the command function that you want to use.) The second number is the command ID. This is a unique number that identifies this command. The third is the HWND of the parent window. This is the main window to be used in this command. The fourth number is the lParam parameter. This is used in the host application, not the API.
What’s New in the AutoCAD?
Full-featured text editor: Create and edit new or existing text files with rich formatting options. Edit tables, graphs, and images in file, and incorporate the text into any drawing. (video: 1:10 min.)
Enhanced raster-to-vector tools:
The AutoCAD Content Assistant tool can analyze any bitmap image and create vectors from that image directly. Use the existing raster-to-vector feature to automatically place vector images in your drawings. (video: 4:21 min.)
Convert to AutoLISP:
Automatic conversion of AutoCAD files to the open-source language Lisp. You can use Lisp to automate tasks and even integrate Lisp into AutoCAD, while retaining access to all of the native AutoCAD editing capabilities. (video: 2:48 min.)
Better File Conversion:
With the improved file conversion utility, AutoCAD can convert all of the file types supported by AutoCAD into other file types. (video: 1:45 min.)
Newly available functions:
Newly available features and functions are included in AutoCAD 2023. The size and shape of objects can be updated by using these functions. (video: 2:10 min.)
New Snap mode lets you create solid or outline objects with individual points and lines. Use the Snap mode to create precise line and point offsets for accurate marking, distance measurements, or alignments. (video: 2:07 min.)
New 3D tools:
AutoCAD provides powerful 3D modeling tools and a 3D Surface Editor for creating custom 3D models and surfaces. (video: 4:05 min.)
New commands simplify editing tasks and improve AutoCAD’s usability. (video: 1:30 min.)
New spline tool:
The Spline tool is used to create smooth curves and splines. You can use the Spline tool to create custom spline curves to fit into existing shapes or to create dynamic curves that follow a specified path. (video: 2:23 min.)
New boundary functions:
New boundary functions automatically add and subtract segments of lines or splines when needed. These functions can be used to create precise lines of reference, or to create accurate, textured boundaries. (video: 2:04 min.)
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
Windows XP SP2 or later (Intel or AMD 32-bit or 64-bit)
Windows Vista or later (32-bit or 64-bit)
1 GB of RAM
4 GB of available disk space
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