In January 1993, the first version of AutoCAD was introduced on a workstation dedicated to a single user. Now known as AutoCAD LT, it does not feature the previously used version numbering scheme and today is the recommended version of AutoCAD. The maximum number of users permitted for AutoCAD LT is 10 and the version is not available for purchase. The oldest version of AutoCAD still supported by Autodesk is 2010, released in 2006.
AutoCAD is the most widely used CAD software in the world. According to TechTarget, AutoCAD was installed on more than 93 million PCs in 2014. Today, more than 73 percent of new manufacturing companies use AutoCAD for design.
AutoCAD is available as a desktop app, web app, and mobile app. AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT are cross-platform and are also available on iOS, Android, and other mobile devices. If you want to use AutoCAD for mobile apps, you need to purchase a specific mobile app license, as well as an active business license of AutoCAD LT.
If you want to learn more about AutoCAD, please refer to the following articles:
Contents 1 Basic functions
1.1 Using default settings
1.4 Working with views
1.5 Grids and scales
1.6 Graphical symbols and object names
1.7 Interactive dimensions
1.8 Dynamic input
1.9 Edit modes
1.1 Basic functions
The entire view is managed by the workspace. You can move it, zoom in and out, and change the view. The workspace is made up of a number of views.
The workspace, which is the default view, displays the drawing area and all drawing objects in the drawing environment. In AutoCAD, each drawing element is independent of the others.
Each view can be hidden or shown independently. You can also lock the drawing so it cannot be modified.
You can lock a specific view so you can see only the elements in that view.
You can zoom in and out in the drawing area using the Zoom tool.
You can rotate the view using the Rotate tool. You can also change the orientation of the view.
The tools in AutoCAD are often called applications. These applications are tightly integrated with the programs that create the drawings they operate on. For example, the 2D command line tools and the 3D command line tools are integrated with the programs that create the drawings they operate on, as illustrated in the next section.
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Enhancements to the interactive Draw and Mark Drawing User Interface
Time-saving updates to the entire drawing creation process. Draw, add shapes, and annotate in one place and at any scale.
Improvements to the embedded images library. Easily download images from the Web and store them in the drawing directly. (video: 1:10 min.)
Automatic link editing. Quickly add or remove links to referenced drawings from the same file. Linked drawings appear in the current drawing. (video: 1:20 min.)
Create new sections, instances, and layers easily. Add instances to a new layer at the same time you create a section and place a shape or object. (video: 1:15 min.)
Add and remove annotations easily. Add and remove text and arrows directly in the drawing area. (video: 1:10 min.)
Draw a simple shape or edit an existing shape directly on a sheet. Shape properties are kept in the drawing, not the sheet. (video: 1:20 min.)
Get help easily. Subscribe to notification messages and receive an in-drawing help menu right from within the drawing area. (video: 1:10 min.)
Reach every drawing user with communication, whether you’re at your desk or on the road. Easily share your drawing file and comments with colleagues and collaborators from any Windows or Mac device. (video: 1:15 min.)
Build on previous work.
Enhancements to the existing drawing creation experience. Design and manage documents more easily with new document panels. (video: 1:15 min.)
Easily search and view the drawing’s contents. Use a feature-rich, in-drawing search tool that helps you find what you want, fast. (video: 1:10 min.)
Compose drawings with ease. Draw, edit, and annotate faster with new drawing tools. Add shapes, rectangles, or polygons with a single click. Annotate drawings with shapes, arrows, and text. Easily insert a found shape from the image library. (video: 1:15 min.)
Preview in the preview area. Easily see the results of design changes before committing. (video: 1:15 min.)
Compose drawings from markup. Easily create, edit, and organize drawings from the Drawing Markup Assistant. Associate
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