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The main purpose of AutoCAD is to create 2D drafting and design drawings. The application has evolved over the years to meet the needs of the various industries in which it is used. The user interface allows for the creation of free-form drawings (CAD). In contrast to traditional polygonal modeling and 2D drafting, AutoCAD is based on a parametric model that enables the creation of any 3D geometry for you. The file format allows for an easy exchange between AutoCAD and other applications. For example, when you design the architecture of a building, you can later export the design file to view it in a 3D modeling package or to create it in another type of software.

The main components of AutoCAD are:

AutoCAD Architecture

AutoCAD Architecture makes it easy to create design drawings and prints from architectural models. Simply import an architectural model and convert it into 3D geometry, where it is easily used with other applications. There are two major components of AutoCAD Architecture:

AutoCAD Architecture

AutoCAD Architecture

Modeling: Create Design Model

If you’ve ever tried to model an object with AutoCAD or other modeling programs, you probably know what an arduous and time-consuming task it is. In order to do so, you need to manually break down the model into smaller parts. The key to successfully modelling is choosing an appropriate base model for the model you are making.

To create a model, you can start with a standard rectangle, or you can start with a model from a 3D package such as SolidWorks or Inventor.

The Model window is a tool that enables you to browse or import a 3D model. When you import a model from a package, you will have access to all the modeling tools and options available in the package, including the option to hide or show the layers in the model.

You can drag and drop objects in the Model window to rearrange them and place them where you need them in your drawing. You can export your drawing into the 3D model by right-clicking on it and selecting Export Model. You can also browse a 3D model by right-clicking and selecting View Model.

Drafting: Design View

Drafting is a tool that allows you to design and create 2D drawings. When you are designing, you will have access to the properties of

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AutoCAD supports a number of shell and scripting languages (a few are listed below):
AutoLISP: AutoLISP is a general purpose script language used in the AutoCAD system.

Visual LISP: Visual LISP was introduced in AutoCAD 2008. The LISP environment is inspired by Python, Ruby, and PHP. Visual LISP consists of a new basic language and an Application Programming Interface (API).

VBA: A Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro programmable scripting environment is used for scripting and data manipulation functions of AutoCAD.
QVBAR: A Qlisp for AutoCAD script, Qlisp is a VBscript language.

C++: It is the original programming language used in AutoCAD, written in C++.

.NET:.NET is an extension of C# used in AutoCAD.

Ruby: Introduced in AutoCAD 2010, this scripting language has a compact syntax for controlling AutoCAD. Ruby is available for AutoCAD 2010 or newer.

ObjectARX: Introduced in AutoCAD 2016, this new scripting language has a compact syntax for controlling AutoCAD. ObjectARX is a C++ class library, and is intended for third-party applications.

TRIGES (Tool-Related In-CAD Extensions for Scripting) is a high-level scripting language. It is based on the higher-level Python language and is used for construction, construction, surface, and region, other programming tasks.

Triggering has been added to AutoCAD for R13 since AutoCAD 2010, which allows users to specify “events” to trigger execution of Autodesk software, as well as custom-programmed procedures in AutoCAD.

Callables and Triggers were introduced in AutoCAD 2013 as a way to automate certain actions without requiring users to use scripting languages such as AutoLISP. Callables are programs written in C++, which are run in AutoCAD for the purpose of providing operations such as “Add a Feature”, “Make a Spline”. Callables, as with AutoLISP, require.NET scripting services, so they require the presence of Autodesk.NET Framework at the Autodesk Application Programming Interface (API) level 3.5 or later.

AutoCAD also includes several XML-based tools, XML

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Go to “Design > Perspective > 3D Panorama” menu.
Choose “Make your panorama” and then “Execute”.
Choose the desired place to save the image (for example your desktop)
Choose a region in the image.
In the Autocad, press “P” or “C” to open the “Place” window.

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Print out or export the image into a file.

Go back to “Design > Perspective > 3D Panorama” menu.
Choose “Make a panorama” and then “Export.”
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What’s New In AutoCAD?

Sketchup Import and Edit:

Easily import 3D models from Sketchup into your drawing. While a Sketchup Model is automatically plotted within AutoCAD, you can easily add and manipulate geometry within the drawing using toolbars. (video: 1:20 min.)

4D Block Modeling and Design:

Easily create and manipulate surface and solid blocks with any of the six 2D and 3D tools. Since you can easily edit individual layers, you can move, delete and re-arrange the blocks as you want to in your design. Create 2D and 3D floor and roof plan drawings easily and interactively, and immediately display them for architects. (video: 2:30 min.)

Intelligent Dynamic Layouts:

Intelligent layout makes it easy to reuse existing drawings and settings. AutoLayout help you configure the optimal layout of drawings as you need them. Instead of copying and pasting your layout settings for each drawing you work on, you can configure them once and then reuse them in each drawing.

Non-Line-Drawing Features

AutoCAD 2023 introduces the following non-line-drawing features.

Blocks and Iso:

3D blocks let you create reusable building components in AutoCAD. Import blocks from other drawings or the Internet and modify them in any position. Place the Iso tool anywhere within a block. You can also rotate it. Using AutoLayout you can interactively configure its location and rotation. You can rotate, scale, and move Iso blocks in any direction. Iso allows you to create architectural-style floor plans and roof plans easily.


Links help you share, export and import connections between drawings. You can automatically generate the connections between 2D and 3D objects. While it is easy to create connections between 2D objects, like doors, windows, and desks, it is even easier to create connections between 3D objects. You can easily select the anchor point that you want to be the reference point for the connection. Use the generated connections with the applet.

Layout Utility:

With the Layout Utility, you can switch between 2D and 3D views. In the 2D view, you can place, edit, move and rotate objects. In the 3D view, you can place, edit and rotate blocks. And if you open a 2D view and choose the 3D layout, the views

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Minimum System Requirements:
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Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 2.5GHz or better
Memory: 8GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970/AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
Hard Drive: 30GB (40GB recommended for full install)
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