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Today, nearly five million CAD users around the world rely on AutoCAD to create and edit 2D and 3D drawings and to design mechanical, architectural, electrical, civil engineering, and landscaping projects. AutoCAD has supported the drafting of some of the world’s most advanced engineering designs, including the Panama Canal, the Three Gorges Dam, and the John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 3. Learn more about AutoCAD at In AutoCAD, the Blocks panel has more than 60 predefined blocks in addition to the blocks you define. The Blocks panel is where you access and use your predefined Blocks. You can create your own Blocks or modify or delete Blocks you’ve already defined. See Using the Blocks Panel in AutoCAD, in this chapter, to learn how to use the Blocks panel. Autodesk’s AutoCAD software can provide helpful hints that help you complete tasks with minimal effort and on-time delivery. For example, AutoCAD can: • Show you where your document is in relation to a previous file • Show you how to load objects into your drawing • Tell you how to change object attributes • Indicate where and how you should move or copy objects • Show you where you need to use specific editing tools • Provide tips to help you prepare your drawing for plotting and printing • Show you how to correct problems in a drawing • Provide information about layers, where you can find tools, and how you can edit the Attributes of your layers To use a hint to help complete a task, click the AutoCAD button on the status bar and then choose Show Hints on the contextual menu. In the Tools menu, choose Show AutoCAD Hints. You can also choose AutoCAD Hints from the Options dialog box’s Advanced tab, or from the Options dialog box’s Design tab. You can also adjust AutoCAD hints to your own preference by choosing the Hinting Options button on the status bar. The Hint panel includes a button that lets you access the Hint drop-down list. You can also control the visibility of the Hint panel with the Show Hints in the Panel command on the Draw panel’s Options menu. Let’s look at a few of the AutoCAD hints. • To find a file, open a folder,

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EA formats AutoCAD supports several file formats for storage and exchange of design data. These include: AutoCAD DWG, a native file format for AutoCAD 2009 and later versions. It is the native format for AutoCAD and replaces the original DWG. It was derived from the drafting specification by the same name. AutoCAD DWG is a versatile file format that has been largely adopted by the CAD community. It can contain many kinds of drawings, including general, architectural, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, fire protection, civil engineering, structural, and many more. AutoCAD offers many special purpose tools for authoring and managing DWG files. STP, a native file format that has been adopted by several third-party applications that can also read and write AutoCAD files. AutoCAD can also create STP files. AutoCAD can also create STP files. AutoCAD Classic Since 1994 AutoCAD Classic is a CAD program developed by Autodesk. AutoCAD Classic is used to create 2D and 3D plans and drawings. It is a powerful yet easy-to-learn CAD program. When Autodesk designed AutoCAD (originally AutoCAD Basic) there were no standards in place for CAD software, even though many CAD software developers were using similar technologies in their software. Autodesk wanted to develop a stable CAD software that could be released quickly. During the time that AutoCAD was being designed, the landscape was changing in the CAD market. CAD software was becoming significantly more complex, therefore requiring much more training. The target market for CAD software was also changing. With CAD software being used in many industries, it was becoming more widely used in professional engineering and architectural offices. Prior to AutoCAD, many of these professionals were creating their own designs, in CAD-free 2D vector graphics editors. In many cases, the only way to create 2D drawings was to import them into a CAD program. AutoCAD designers did not have to learn anything new to create 2D drawings and 3D models; everything they needed was included in the package. This was an attractive selling point for many CAD professionals. Autodesk created AutoCAD (Basic) to be as user-friendly as possible, so that a novice CAD user could start working with the software quickly. AutoCAD Classic is the third-generation of the software. AutoCAD Classic introduced two significant new af5dca3d97

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Using the web-based interface There are two ways you can connect to the Autodesk Autocad web-based interface. The first method is to use your Autodesk account credentials. The web interface accepts the username and password that was created when you first signed up for the service. You can access the login page by using the login credentials provided in your Autodesk AutoCAD service user account. If you want to use a different account, you can also use the URL address. The URL address is displayed on the login page when you log in using your Autodesk credentials, as shown in the following screenshot: To access the web-based interface, go to __ and log in with your credentials. After you have logged in, click **File** | **Send**. Select **File Transfer** from the menu bar. The **Send to Autodesk Autocad** window will appear on the left side of the screen as shown in the following screenshot: To select the file you wish to send, click **Upload files** in the top-right corner of the window. This will open up the **Select file** window, as shown in the following screenshot: Click on the **Browse** button to select the file you wish to send to Autodesk Autocad. Click on the **Upload** button to start the process.

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More keyboard shortcuts: Use keystroke shortcuts to zoom in, zoom out, pan, and rotate. (video: 1:30 min.) Learn more about Markup Import and Markup Assist New Transforms: Adjust your viewport to pan, zoom, and tilt. (video: 0:49 min.) More control of viewports: Add or remove viewports with just a click. Set up custom viewports and lock them in place. Use viewport constraints to align your drawing to a reference plane, a drawing component, or an external shape. Make complex viewports – and easily remove them – out of simple viewports. (video: 1:19 min.) Make your own custom viewports from scratch. Save time adding dimension styles to your drawings. Drag styles from the Palettes and Drop Windows and apply them to any dimension or annotation. (video: 1:06 min.) Thematic colors and text styles. Start a new project with Templates for Architecture, Automotive, Engineering, Industrial, and Construction. Display supported standards on the Info toolbar. Open and save drawings with a new filename. (video: 1:31 min.) Easily organize sets of drawings in the Tool Palette. (video: 1:16 min.) Easily create and manage references in the Reference Manager. (video: 1:10 min.) Easily scale, rotate, and pan large drawings. Clean up your drawing with a new feature called Command Clear: One button to Quick Clear, Quick Undo, Quick Undo All, and Quick Redo. (video: 0:58 min.) …Or just press the Q key to clear your drawing. Easily combine drawings by the drawing set you’re working on. Simplify your drawing by combining a drawing set into a new one. Simplify a drawing set into a new drawing, clearing out unnecessary content. Edit your drawing in a new Drawing Set Preset. Easily switch between drawing sets. Save file sizes for faster load times and easier file transfers. Larger drawing files. (video: 0:50 min.) Direct access to the drawing

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