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AutoCAD has three different price levels: AutoCAD for Design (formerly Draw), AutoCAD LT for Design (formerly LT for drawing), and AutoCAD Architecture (formerly Architecture). It is marketed and sold to a wide variety of users, from individual hobbyists and students to architects, interior designers, designers, and engineers.
Inside view of a complete AutoCAD 2013 installation
AutoCAD is available for Microsoft Windows as an app. It can be installed and run on Windows 7, 8, 10, and macOS (OS X), including Mac Pro. However, the only version of AutoCAD available to Mac users is AutoCAD LT, for which you can either download the app from the Mac App Store or install it via DVD.
Mac installation of AutoCAD 2017.
Note: in addition to desktop AutoCAD, Autodesk offers a series of mobile applications for Android and iOS devices, called AutoCAD 360 Mobile Design (see Introduction to AutoCAD 360 below for more information).
Getting AutoCAD on a Mac (or Windows)
After installing AutoCAD on your Mac, it may run “thoroughly” (fully) even though the software is not yet opened. This can happen if the user, at some point, right-clicks the AutoCAD icon on the Applications folder and selects Open.
Alternatively, when the app has first been started, the shortcut (file) used to start AutoCAD will automatically open the app.
If this option is chosen, AutoCAD will open automatically when the user double-clicks the shortcut icon on the desktop. If no shortcut icon is installed on the desktop, the Mac user will receive a message asking if the user would like to make a shortcut to the application on the desktop. If this option is not selected, then, the user will not see the AutoCAD desktop shortcut unless the user first manually creates one.
It is possible that the AutoCAD desktop shortcut is removed from the desktop on Windows if you have chosen to not install the shortcut and do not manually create one. In that case, you will need to create a shortcut manually.
Creating a shortcut for AutoCAD on Windows.
Note that a shortcut for AutoCAD 2017 is very similar to the shortcut for AutoCAD 2013. The desktop shortcut
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AutoCAD has two main types of commanders, user interface commanders, which are designed to access control features, and dialog commanders, which are designed to access control dialogs. These commanders are integrated into the application and interact with other functions within the AutoCAD environment. Both commanders can be customized. Commanders are meant to be applied to the entire drawing document, or can be applied to only one object or element in the drawing. All commanders in AutoCAD are based on the concept of commands, where an operation is performed on a tool and all the information is stored in a command object.
There are two main types of user interface commanders, bar commanders and toolbar commanders. Both types of commanders provide similar functions. The two main user interface commanders are the drawing toolbar command and the user interface command. The drawing toolbar command is on the drawing toolbars (bar at the top of the screen). The user interface command is on the View menu bar.
ObjectARX provided a base class for dialog commanders. Dialog commanders are designed to perform actions and control dialog boxes and other windows. Dialog commanders are the main interface to the AutoCAD database. There are four main categories of dialogs: text, table, picture, and figure. Dialog commanders can be accessed through a dialog command table that is available on any AutoCAD application page.
Drawing toolbar commanders
The drawing toolbar command are the main type of user interface commanders for AutoCAD. The drawing toolbar command are available in every toolbar (bar at the top of the screen). Some drawing toolbar commands are:
Objects (Add, Delete, Edit, etc.)
User interface commanders
The user interface command are available on the View menu bar. The user interface command are available on every AutoCAD application screen. Some user interface commanders are:
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2. Import a file in your Autodesk AutoCAD or Autodesk Inventor.
3. For AutoCAD, open the Drawing Center. For AutoCAD LT, go to the
File menu and choose Open Drawing.
4. Select Import from the File menu.
5. Select No from the dialog box that opens up.
6. Select the drawings file.
7. Uncheck Include data files.
8. Type a name for the new drawing.
9. Click Next.
10. Click the small arrow next to New Drawing to open the Options dialog box.
11. Click the triangle to the right of Enable Shadows.
12. Make sure Dynamic Shadows is selected.
13. Click OK.
14. For AutoCAD, open the Drawing Center. For AutoCAD LT, go to the
File menu and choose Open Drawing.
15. Select Import.
16. Click the small arrow next to New Drawing to open the Options dialog box.
17. Click the triangle to the right of Enable Shadows.
18. Click OK.
19. Click the triangle next to Dynamic Shadows to open the Dynamic Shadows dialog box.
20. Make sure Dynamic Shadows is selected.
21. Click OK.
22. Save and Close the drawing.
The drawing is in the D:/Drawings/ACAD_DRAWINGS folder in the
[Tips – Frequently Asked Questions]
How do I use the keygen?
It is very simple to use.
1. Install Autodesk AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor.
2. Open AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT.
What’s New in the?
Replace/merge standard and template AutoCAD drawings, regardless of their size. Make parts compatible with standard parts by entering a drawing space. (video: 3:09 min.)
Incorporate reference drawings and annotation into your design. Generate 3D annotations in the interactive design space, which can be then be exploded on the fly.
Easily work on different project types, such as schools, private companies and government organizations.
Add in-place comments to a drawing using markup. You can now also perform in-place edits to text, dimensions, symbols, 2D curves and 3D surfaces with new markup commands.
Show a dynamic help tree. Designers can now access more than 65,000 commands and type them into the help window by the cursor.
Extend an existing drawing by copying a 2D or 3D object from another drawing. (video: 0:31 min.)
The 3D Warehouse contains more than 450 models (e.g. furniture) of many manufacturer brands. You can search for models to add to a drawing. For example, you can add a chair to your drawing, select the chair’s manufacturer, and pull up a reference drawing to the 3D Warehouse. (video: 1:48 min.)
Navigate between a collection of 2D or 3D objects. You can also create pages and navigate between them. To navigate, right-click with the mouse, or press PgUp and PgDn on your keyboard.
Apply a favorite state to your AutoCAD drawings. Receive notifications from the State Manager of changes to your drawings. Once you approve the change, your drawings will automatically have the correct state applied. (video: 2:19 min.)
With a new project window, you can navigate between pages, files and folders in a single project. You can also set a default state for each folder. (video: 0:30 min.)
With the new Navigator tool, you can have a visualization of any project folder. The tool displays the folder structure at the time you selected it. You can select any folder and quickly navigate to a specific folder, file, view or 3D model. (video: 0:44 min.)
Set a projection for a 3D model, which is important for some of the files that AutoCAD imports, such as Google
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.0 GHz (2.5 GHz with hyperthreading) or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM (XP) or 4 GB RAM (Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8) or better
Hard Disk Space: 500 MB free disk space (XP) or 200 MB free disk space (Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8) or better
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compliant sound card with the latest driver available