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Since its first release, AutoCAD has been used in a wide variety of industrial and commercial settings. Thousands of business-specific add-on products, known as AutoCAD extensions, are available from Autodesk.

AutoCAD is a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc.

This article is the first of a five-part tutorial series that starts with an introduction to the basics of AutoCAD and then goes on to explain the use of tools.

Create, Add, Modify, Edit, Export, and Print your Work

Your first task is to create a drawing. Start by choosing File > New > Drawing.

The Create New Drawing dialog box is displayed. Click the Design Manager tab (top of the dialog box) to display it. Then click the Environment tab (bottom of the dialog box) and choose Save As…

The Save As dialog box appears.

Note the shape of the AutoCAD icon in the upper-left corner of the Save As dialog box. It looks like a box with a curved handle (like the symbol for the letter A) with a button (like an X) inside of it.

Select Save and then click the Save As icon (far right).

Enter a name for the new drawing in the dialog box. Select the option Save in the Design Manager. Then click Save.

Click OK in the Save As dialog box to save the new drawing.

Click File > New > Drawing > From Template, to start another drawing.

The New Drawing from Template dialog box is displayed.

The New Drawing from Template dialog box displays all of the drawing templates available in the specified format. A template is a design or drafting file that contains specific drawing elements such as lines, circles, arcs, and text. The templates are based on a special drawing style called the template style. To change the template style, click the Format Style icon on the Design Manager tab. Click the TEMPLATE STYLE drop-down list and select a template style. (Note: If you are using a drawing template that is locked, you must unlock it before you can change the template style.)

Note: The Process Options button on the right side of the dialog box is used to toggle the settings of the entire drawing. You will learn more about the Process Options button in the Tool Tips article.

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AutoCAD is no longer a 32-bit application, even for Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

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Autodesk, Inc.
AutoCAD Architecture


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Set dynamic expression from an array

I am trying to use a dynamic expression to create a combobox to select between two arrays.
When I use a simple array like this it works:
Function CreateComboBox(ByVal Control As Control, ByVal OptionArray As String()) As String
Dim ReturnValue As String
Dim LocalItems() As String
ReturnValue = “”
For Each LocalItem As String In OptionArray
ReturnValue = ReturnValue & “‘” & LocalItem & “‘,”
Return ReturnValue & vbCrLf
End Function

But I want it to work with two arrays. The two arrays should be added with an additional “;”.
Example: Array1;Array2
The function is supposed to generate the combobox like this:
This code doesn’t work for this example.
How do I add the ‘;’ for the array1 and array2 correctly?


Here is a fully working example that adds a ; at the end of the OptionArray and stores the return string in a global variable.
Function CreateComboBox(ByVal Control As Control, ByVal OptionArray As String) As String
Dim ReturnValue As String
ReturnValue = “”

If Not IsArray(OptionArray) Then Exit Function

For Each LocalItem As String In OptionArray
ReturnValue = ReturnValue & “‘” & LocalItem & “‘,”
Return ReturnValue & “;”;

End Function

To check whether an array is an array use the following function

AutoCAD [Latest] 2022

Press WIN+R keys and enter ‘autocad’.

Type the keygen and the license key and press Enter.
If all goes well you will get the autocad login.

We have detected that you do not have WebGL support. Click the button below to download the web browser plugin so that you can begin your 3D experience.

2015 AMD FirePro Graphic Card Series: LUCID PRO

CES 2015: New Cards from AMD

AMD’s Radeon™ Pro lineup has been one of the most eagerly anticipated announcements for several months. Based on AMD’s new Polaris 10 GPU architecture, AMD’s RX 480 and RX 470 GPUs are being positioned as a serious gaming GPU alternative to NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1060. AMD is also offering four high-end new cards based on the company’s Fiji GPU architecture: the Radeon Pro WX 7100, WX 9100, WX 13100 and WX 3100.

The Radeon Pro WX lineup is AMD’s first choice for enterprise users. The Radeon Pro WX 7100 and Radeon Pro WX 9100 are targeted at professionals who need a graphics solution capable of running a variety of professional applications in a single system, but don’t need high performance or 3D graphics rendering horsepower. The Radeon Pro WX 13100 is targeted at professionals who require a high performance, gaming-oriented solution. And finally, the Radeon Pro WX 3100 is targeted at users who need a graphics solution with outstanding performance for the largest games and virtual reality applications.

Each card also incorporates the brand-new AMD Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture 2.0, built on the 14nm FinFET process. The flagship Radeon Pro WX 7100 and Radeon Pro WX 9100 offer high performance and outstanding power efficiency, and the new Radeon Pro WX 13100 and Radeon Pro WX 3100 utilize a PCI Express x16 architecture that supports resolutions of up to 2560 x 1600, with support for 4K monitors. AMD’s new GCN architecture is designed to enable faster processing, superior power efficiency and improved multimedia functionality.

AMD’s Radeon Pro cards are designed to be plugged directly into Windows 7/8/8.1/10 computers without any hardware modifications or driver installation. In addition to support for professional applications, these graphics cards also support Microsoft’s DirectX 12 API, offering users a variety of new gaming

What’s New In AutoCAD?

Auto-Add points to inserted annotations or pictures. With this new feature, you can now add points and labels directly to your drawing and insert images and other graphics using points created in your drawing. (video: 1:40 min.)

Auto-Add text to inserted objects. Draw a simple text and AutoCAD will automatically add new text objects to any inserted object. (video: 1:30 min.)

Customize the start position of the paragraph/paragraph break command. Edit the positions for start and end of paragraph formatting, or for the spacing between lines. (video: 1:40 min.)

Drag and drop:

Move and resize objects. You can use the right-click menu to drag and drop objects. The Cursor keys can be used to resize or move objects. (video: 1:30 min.)

Use the Touch screen. Turn on the Touch screen using the View menu. You can then select, resize, and rotate objects on the Touch screen. (video: 1:50 min.)

Edit and improve your drawings. Preview your work on a plotter or printer with the new Plot Preview or Print Preview feature. With new features for 2D and 3D viewports, you can easily see how your objects will look on a plotter or when printed. (video: 1:50 min.)

Check or recheck your drawings. Let AutoCAD check your drawings against the original, base design and then get more drawing options using the Review panel. Re-check or recheck entire drawings or selected objects. You can also apply different drawing options to entire drawings or selected objects. (video: 2:45 min.)

Draw with the industry standard pen, X, Y, and 3D Pro Pen, a new feature that lets you draw, with precision and control. Press the Action key and select any of the pen’s drawing functions: Move, Rotate, Scale, Scale, Trim, Trim Edges, Measure, Mark, Connect, Text, Vector, and Block. You can also draw with pens on your tablet and use the same features. (video: 1:30 min.)


Customize an orbit to make it any shape you want. Drag and drop to place an orbit anywhere on the screen. Orbit can be resized, rotated, or in any other shape. (video: 2:30 min.)

System Requirements:

Pro: AMD Dual Core CPU / Intel Dual Core CPU or faster
OS: Windows 7/8
DirectX: Version 11
Screen Resolution: 1024×768
USB Controller: USB 2.0
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