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AutoCAD LT, which is used in schools, government, and businesses, was developed by AutoDesk in 1988. AutoCAD has been used in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries, and AutoCAD LT is used in schools, government, and businesses.

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Autodesk was incorporated in March 1982, founded by an inventor and researcher in computer-aided design (CAD), Henry John Paul Ives, and with funding from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). On June 16, 1982, a team of seven software programmers, engineers, and CAD professionals were appointed as the company’s founding members. The company’s CAD software developed by Ives for the first version of AutoCAD (1982) included drawing components, e.g., dimensions, text, and lines.

The company’s first headquarters was in Reading, Massachusetts.

In January 1983, the company’s first office, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, opened.

The company’s second headquarters was in New York City.

On September 29, 1983, the first AutoCAD conference was held.

On April 5, 1984, the first AutoCAD user group was created.

On July 11, 1984, the company’s first product, AutoCAD, was released.

On April 12, 1985, a second version of AutoCAD was released, the first with fully automatic dimensioning.

On November 15, 1985, the company’s first external (non-AutoCAD) software sales were made, with a total

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User interface
AutoCAD has a traditional graphical user interface (GUI) with three or four main panes: the input panel, the command line, the drawing area, and the status bar. The input panel allows users to manually enter and edit information, while the command line shows the results of commands. The drawing area presents three-dimensional views of the drawing, with the ability to rotate and manipulate them. Commands are given by typing them at the command line.

Interactions and mouse commands

Two types of interaction are used in AutoCAD:

Keyboard, trackball and mouse commands are used to construct or edit drawings. Commands that are given at the command line perform drawing operations.

The drawing area can be thought of as a workspace in which three-dimensional graphics of a drawing can be viewed, moved, rotated, and scaled.

There are two types of mouse commands:

AutoCAD supports two types of mouse clicks:
Middle mouse button:
Quick selection:
The area is automatically selected.
Rectangular selection:
The area is selected.
Left mouse button:
Left click (press and hold):
The area is automatically selected.
Regular left click:
The cursor is placed at the mouse coordinate.
Right mouse button:
Right click:
The area is automatically selected.
Regular right click:
The cursor is placed at the mouse coordinate.

Trackball interaction
In addition to the mouse, there are two other types of interfaces: trackball and pen. Trackball interaction is a common alternative to mouse interaction. It has some advantages, like an ability to use both hands simultaneously. However, it cannot be used in wireframe mode.

An example of a trackball command is DBLCLK to zoom the drawing. The user first presses the trackball button to start the move. After the move, the user presses the button again to stop the move. If the user had been moving a shape, he or she can double-click on the shape to redraw the shape. The user can also press the button twice when the cursor is near the edge of the trackball to enter edge mode. In edge mode, AutoCAD moves the cursor automatically along the edges of the trackball. AutoCAD selects the closest edge, which is useful for real-time editing.

Pen interaction
Pen interaction is the most common interaction method used in AutoCAD.

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Now we will do a quick check of the installed system requirements, if they are not up to date:
– Install DirectX9.0c
– Install Visual C++ Redistributable Package 2010
– Install the Windows Media Encoder
– Install the Windows Development Kit Redistributable Package
– Install WinRAR

Install Autodesk AutoCAD 2010:

– Install Autodesk AutoCAD 2010

Launch the Autodesk AutoCAD 2010 application. It will start as “Autodesk AutoCAD 2010” in the start menu.

Click on “Components”.

Click on “Service”

Click on “Services”

Click on “Autodesk AutoCAD 2010”

Click on “Startup”.

Now type the product key you receive with the license to activate it.

Confirm the license for the activation.

You will be logged in as a “System Administrator” user account.

Note: If you have AutoCAD software from another version installed, you will have to uninstall it first. You can do this by going to the start menu, clicking on “Control Panel”, and then on “Uninstall a program”.

Start “Autodesk AutoCAD 2010”.

If you receive an error message, start Windows Services, and check the status of the Microsoft SQL Server service.

Go to the “File” menu, and then on “Exit”.

Delete the default data in your preferences folder, for example: “C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\Autodesk AutoCAD 2010”.

Go to “Autodesk AutoCAD 2010” and check “Automatic Update”.

Click on “Help”.

What’s New In AutoCAD?

AutoCAD Improvements

Improved interaction with 3D model data

Improved performance for more complex 3D drawing commands, especially when more than one object is selected. (video: 1:30 min.)

Detailed support for a new design element for 3D visualization: the trackball, an accessory on the bottom of your mouse that allows for unprecedented 3D rotation. The trackball attaches to the mouse as a single unit, so you can move it around while holding your mouse in any direction. (video: 1:27 min.)

Improved commands and behaviors in the Dynamic Input Palette

There are now four new sections of the Dynamic Input Palette:

The In-Place Settings section includes new settings for Text Wrapping, Style Composition, Rulers, Panels, Lines and Layers. The Additional Properties section includes new options for editing attributes of a drawing object such as color and style. The Graphic Styles section contains new settings for defining your own graphic style and the Maintain graphic styles as you move objects from drawing to drawing, change their visibility and their blending mode. The Appearance, Effects and Settings sections add new visual styles and new settings that enable you to customize your drawing and add visual effects.

Note: “In-Place Settings” appear on the Dynamic Input Palette when editing text or annotations or with the Screen Mode. There are new settings here for undo and redo (Auto-Annotate), text wrapping (Auto-Text Wrap), toolbar windows and toolbars (Toolbar and Tool Options), spacing between editable objects (Spacing) and more.

Assistive Technology

AutoCAD will now show accessibilty icons in the Help menus. You can configure the color of these icons and the order in which they appear. (video: 3:27 min.)

The command line – now known as the command bar – has a new settings section called “Command Line in Help” that allows you to configure the command line to display up to 20 commands in sequence and configure the order in which commands are displayed. (video: 3:52 min.)

View and Print

Print now offers a total of four printing options: Draft, Illustration, Postcard and Sheet. These four options include three levels of quality settings: Quality, Quality Low and Quality Very Low. (video: 2:58 min.)

Using a Draft setting with sheet-fed or roll-fed printers results

System Requirements For AutoCAD:

Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or Windows 10
Mac OS X 10.9.5 or later
Dual-Core Intel Core i5, i7, or AMD Quad Core Processor
Additional Notes:
Minimum System Requirements:
Quad Core Intel Processor

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