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AutoCAD is a powerful tool for designing and drafting. It is best used in combination with other software, such as CAD-Plotter (3D printer software) or CAD-Pro/CAD-Viewer (computer aided design) or AutoCAD mobile. However, AutoCAD can also be used for making simple drawings (with no vector features) and as a layout software application. A handy but unintuitive feature of AutoCAD is that it requires a graphic user interface (GUI) for efficiency and productivity.

AutoCAD is the only software product that requires a commercial license to be used by non-commercial users. The license includes an online Student version of AutoCAD, for educational use only. For most people, the full commercial version of AutoCAD is enough.

AutoCAD history

AutoCAD is the last remaining product of Autodesk. It is Autodesk’s first offering in the drafting market, and was created in response to the success of other early CAD products such as Draw (software) and Desk-top Publishing System (DTP). The AutoCAD GUI (graphical user interface) was the first true CAD GUI and is derived from GE’s first DTP product, the GE-DDP (Desk-top Publishing System). The first version of AutoCAD, released in 1982, was an inexpensive entry-level product that proved extremely popular. AutoCAD II, released in 1984, had many more features, and was one of the first products to run on Intel-based personal computers. This was accompanied by a change in pricing, from around $100 to over $500. In 1985, AutoCAD III was released, bringing the price back down to the $100 range. Over the next few years, the price increased, mostly due to the graphics card, graphics processor and hard drive. AutoCAD 4 was released in 1989, with a price of about $5,000. However, by the mid 1990’s, there was much less of a market for this product, and the price dropped to about $500. AutoCAD 2005 was released in 1996, and was the first version to run on Windows NT. The price of AutoCAD software was now around $1,500, and is where it remains today.

AutoCAD features

AutoCAD is primarily a drafting package, designed for the initial development of mechanical CAD products, and also for the

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Application layer
The AutoCAD application layer is implemented using a COM-style automation interface, meaning that applications can directly call the AutoCAD API functions.

License and ownership

AutoCAD is a shareware product that is distributed by Autodesk. Most versions of AutoCAD are free for students and individuals. There are also licenses for commercial use.

Related applications

Starting with AutoCAD 2006, the standalone drawing programs Inventor and Creo are integrated with the same product as AutoCAD.

There is also a family of products for other software systems, which are based on the same AutoCAD-product family, but which implement the API in different ways. One of these, Visual LISP, implements the LISP programming language. The others, Visual BASIC for AutoCAD and Visual C# for AutoCAD, implement AutoCAD’s API in the BASIC and C# programming languages, respectively.

AutoCAD and Creo share the same database (the CADLink database) and coordinate system, and so they can exchange data, such as drawing data or drawings, and view and edit drawings.

In 2016, AutoCAD was replaced by Autodesk’s Fusion 360 as the software application for the Vector Product Suite, making it the primary CAD system for 3D product design.

Specialized versions of AutoCAD include AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoCAD Mechanical and AutoCAD RVT. AutoCAD Architecture allows the creation and editing of architectural plans, sections, elevations, and floor plans. AutoCAD Civil 3D allows the creation and editing of pipe networks and electrical circuits. AutoCAD Mechanical allows the creation and editing of mechanical parts and assemblies. AutoCAD RVT allows the creation and editing of three-dimensional models and electronic versions of architectural plans.

The majority of the material and technical documentation related to the use of AutoCAD is available in the form of the AutoCAD User’s Manual and the Online Help for AutoCAD.

Autodesk’s AutoCAD products have been developed since 1987. Before that, the principal CAD product was released by the SDA Software Company, now SDA, Inc., a predecessor of Siben GmbH, which became a part of Autodesk.

When Autodesk purchased SDA in 1993, they renamed SDA’s product to

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Installation and configuration

* Download the Autodesk Autocad installer from
* On the home page, you will see the product link to Autodesk Autocad, select the link and press the Download button.
* When the download finishes, open the Autodesk Autocad installer and double-click on the Install_Autodesk_Autocad.exe.
* If you have not configured any password for your license key, you will be asked for the serial number. Copy it and paste it to the dialog box.
* If you have set a password, you will be prompted for it. Enter the password and continue.
* When the installation finishes, launch Autodesk Autocad for the first time.
* You will be asked for the serial number of your licence key. Paste the serial number to the dialog box.
* Select the “Reset user ID” button and restart Autodesk Autocad.
* You will be asked to enter the serial number of your license key. Paste the serial number to the dialog box.

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Create sophisticated forms easily and reliably. Create a unique form with a versatile module that can be modified for your needs with fewer steps than creating the form from scratch. (video: 1:12 min.)

Easily create 1D and 2D tables. Create tables as part of a project, for example, to hold the business rules for a certain product. Use the table parameters to customize the tables as much or as little as you need. (video: 1:14 min.)

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Working with drawings across versions is easier than ever. Use either the new history import tool or the print utility to easily switch between drawings from different versions and automatically build a bridge between the drawings. (video: 1:02 min.)

Use the new DesignCenter to work with 3D models. Easily review your drawings alongside your 3D models, and easily add information to them. You can also manage the design of your 3D models together with drawings. (video: 1:07 min.)

Produce complex drawings even faster. Use the Inline Tables and Attributes option to automatically create tables, and generate context-specific attributes and constraints to save time. (video: 1:04 min.)

Expand and customize workspaces with ease. Quickly create new workspaces, move your drawings, edit their size and position and more. Just one click and you are ready to go. (video: 1:05 min.)

Import and share drawings directly in a new service called DWG.DWG, a cloud-based service that allows users to work directly in AutoCAD without using a local application. You can easily import your work from DWG.DWG and save it in your local DWG folder, and also export your work to DWG.DWG. (video: 1:11 min.)

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