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AutoCAD Crack Mac and AutoCAD LT are now in their fifth version and AutoCAD LT 2015 is the latest release.

AutoCAD 2016 is an advance release of AutoCAD LT 2016. The next release of AutoCAD will be AutoCAD 2017.

AutoCAD has been in continuous development since its inception in 1982.

In AutoCAD, the user edits drawings with an application interface that is similar to Word, spreadsheet, and database software.

Versions of AutoCAD have been discontinued and all new versions of AutoCAD are entitled AutoCAD LT. The first releases of AutoCAD LT were the “LC” release and the “LL” release. “LC” stands for “Low Cost” while “LL” stands for “Low Level”.

History of AutoCAD (1986-2016)

Release History

Below is a list of versions of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. Newer versions are released every 3-5 years. Older versions have less features.

Version Date Release notes Release date Release notes AutoCAD 2001 December 12, 2001 AutoCAD 2002 June 25, 2002 AutoCAD LT 2004 January 29, 2004 AutoCAD LT 2005 September 12, 2005 AutoCAD LT 2010 August 9, 2010 AutoCAD LT 2013 January 15, 2013 AutoCAD LT 2015 March 27, 2015 AutoCAD LT 2016 November 18, 2016 AutoCAD LT 2017 Not scheduled

Legacy (AutoCAD 1982-1986)

Below is a list of versions of AutoCAD that were released between 1982-1986.

Version Date Release notes Release date Release notes AutoCAD 1.0 December 1982 First public release

Introduced the Drafting Area

Introduced the Drawing Window

Introduced AutoCAD command line with an executable binary

Introduced palettes

Introduced drawing templates AutoCAD 2.0 January 1984 Addition of Pressure Release Tool (PRT)

Read only memories to work with Wordstar (Word)

User interface changed from alphanumeric to graphic

Introduced AutoPLOT

Introduced User-definable palettes

Introduced Dynamic Input

Introduced toolbars

Introduced Drawing Object Library AutoCAD 3.0 March 1984 Fixed Toolpaths

Trace and Dimension Key AutoCAD 3.1 March 1984 Toolbars

Tabular Help System

AutoCAD became one of the first integrated

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AutoCAD produces DXF-based interchange format files, such as DWG, DXF, and IFC files. These are often used for interchange with other software or an authoring system, such as other CAD software, other files, or web design applications.

AutoCAD also provides the functionality of a native Python programming language module, enabling the developer to create add-on scripts. This functionality is also accessible through a COM interface in VBScript and a Windows API.

The.NET Framework Class Library provides a number of features for programming in C#, Visual Basic.NET, and Boo for the AutoCAD Add-in. The capabilities of these languages extend to developing VBA macros, Visual Studio extensions and other add-ons. AutoCAD’s Modeling Projection Technology (MPT) works via native automation using macros. It has been upgraded with MPT 2013, which is the latest version, with additional functionalities for HVAC. AutoCAD also has a scripting language, AutoLISP, which is accessible via the AutoCAD API for.NET and Visual LISP.

In addition, there is a version of AutoCAD for Windows OSes before Windows Vista and Windows 7, named Autodesk AutoCAD ArchiCAD, that is used by architects and designers that need to view 2D-3D drawings in a Windows environment. There is also AutoCAD Architecture, that is used by architects. There are two versions, one for professional use and one for educational use.


AutoCAD was first introduced in 1987 for AutoDesk’s MicroStation product, a CAD program for small-scale 3D architectural design and documentation, and was originally titled “AutoCAD”. AutoDesk continued to market MicroStation/AutoCAD for both the architectural and engineering fields until 1997, when they released AutoCAD LT, which was aimed at the home and small office user market. It replaced MicroStation/AutoCAD as the company’s primary design program. AutoCAD LT was eventually released as a free, open-source program. With AutoCAD LT, AutoDesk also released AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD Electrical, two competing products that competed with Autodesk’s AutoCAD for architectural/engineering use.

In 2000, Autodesk launched AutoCAD 2000, featuring the 3D modeling and animation capabilities introduced in AutoCAD LT. The program allowed users to import and manipulate 3

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Plaster and brick wall templates:

Find and import CAD templates of common building materials like brick, cement block, metal paneling, plaster, masonry, wood, and more. Add a layer or two of these to your drawings, and you can use them as background textures, masking options, or construction elements. (video: 1:40 min.)

Smart Guides:

When working with polygons, you can use Smart Guides to move or resize them with a single click, to help you align them to other objects. (video: 1:11 min.)

File Management:

Create or transfer a folder structure and share it between multiple computers or users. (video: 3:08 min.)


Pin entire drawings to a workspace, or create specific workspaces for specific CAD functions. Keep your drawing files organized and find them easily when they need to be edited or printed.


Draw a sketch with a single click, then associate a dimension with it. Automatically generate dimensions on a model, in your drawing, or on an external file. Work with rough dimensions, precise dimensions, or both. (video: 2:38 min.)

Layers and Layers Order:

Automatically manage a collection of drawing elements called layers. Organize layers into a hierarchy, and move them to different drawings or different drawings on the same drawing sheet. (video: 3:08 min.)

Project Management:

Manage multiple projects at once, from a single list of projects to multiple lists of projects. Apply different project properties (like progress, colors, and styles) to different projects, and see their status at a glance. (video: 2:12 min.)


Apply a new template for a particular command (e.g., freeze, explode, extrude, or 3D print). Using a template for a command helps you get to the drawing more quickly, and save a few keystrokes. (video: 3:13 min.)

Geometric Drawings:

Save time when you need to make precise, accurate 3D shapes. Use the Shape Properties dialog box to modify a single or multiple shapes. Make them hollow, solid, rigid, soft, seamless, spline-based, or remove surface features. (video: 2:38 min.)

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