Join Jim LaPier for an in-depth discussion in this video Different versions of AutoCAD, part of Up and Running with AutoCAD for Mac.
…Let's talk for a moment about AutoCAD as a software product in general.…The first release of AutoCAD occurred in December of 1982 and has continued…to this day as the most ubiquitous…computer aided drafting and design application available.…AutoCAD release 12, debuting in June of 1992, was the last version…to support both Windows and Mac operating systems for over 16 years.…In November of 1993, AutoCAD LT was released…as a lower cost version of AutoCAD, with reduced capabilities.…
In October of 2010, AutoCAD for Mac 2011 was released.…The following year, AutoCAD for Mac 2012 was joined by AutoCAD for Mac 2012 LT.…I mention this because whether you are using AutoCAD for Windows.…Or AutoCAD for Mac, LT or full.…Autocad files can be saved and exchanged with either platform and…on almost any release, enabling you to share files with…your colleagues, no matter which operating system they are using.…In a later video, we will go into the differences in…file types and saving a file backwards for compatibility with earlier releases.…
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- Accessing the palettes
- Adjusting user preferences
- Working with different file types
- Editing polylines
- Modifying objects
- Controlling layers
- Creating blocks
- Building layouts
- Adding annotations
- Working with 3D geometry
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Interface
2. File Management
3. Basic Geometry
5. Advanced Objects
Creating layouts3m 35s
9. 3D Basics
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