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AutoCAD Helps Drive Infrastructure Design - AEC firm Parsons Brinckerhoff is using AutoCAD for Presidio Parkway project in San Francisco, David Cohn, Cadalyst, Apr 6, 2011

For Tait Towers, AutoCAD Rocks - Tait Towers creates complex stage sets for musical concerts using AutoCAD, David Cohn, Cadalyst, Mar 17, 2011

AutoCAD Update 2011 - free 140 page eBook, select level of detail in ribbon panels, access basic navigation tools in 2D view, modify polylines, splines, non-associative polyline, CAD  Masters, Mar 1, 2011

Solar System Drawn To Scale In AutoCAD DWG, Scale Is Everything - sample drawing shows entire solar system but can be zoomed in to see Apollo Lunar Landing Module, plaque on moon, Shaan Hurley, Between The Lines, Feb 17, 2011

AUGI 2010 Top Ten for AutoCAD - wish list for AutoCAD, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Dec 2, 2010

About AutoCAD for Mac, Linux, Clouds and Competitors - Miikka Arala, EMEA Industry and Marketing Development Manager at Autodesk on project Twitch, 3D parameterization, AutoCAD for Linux, Isicad, Oct 11, 2010

When is AutoCAD not AutoCAD? - AutoCAD WS, Project Butterfly is very restricted, drawing with it not a good idea, Steve Johnson, Blog Nauseum, Sep 1, 2010

AutoCAD 2011 Update 1 - list of changes, including 3D navigation tools, annotation scaling, customer user interface, parametric drawing, selection highlighting, JTB World, Aug 24, 2010

AutoCAD & System Performance So What's Running on Your Machine? - using Windows Task Manager, running Process Explorer, selecting Replace Task Manager, John Benstead, CADit, July 11, 2010

AutoCAD Control Codes and Special Text Characters  - unicode character strings, using control code with standard AutoCAD text fonts, Adobe PostScript fonts, Mark Kiker, CADDManager Blog, July 13, 2010

An AutoCAD Video Tip on Linking Excel with AutoCAD Tables   - Paste Special, selecting Paste Link, AutoCAD Entities, using Datalink Manager after table insertion, Lynn Allen's Blog, July 13, 2010

AutoCAD & System Performance So What's Running on Your Machine? - using Windows Task Manager, running Process Explorer, selecting Replace Task Manager, John Benstead, CADit, July 11, 2010

The Best, the Rest, the Rare: 100 AutoCAD Tips You Should Know - creating arc, aligning tool, controlling linetype, lots of useful tips, Edwin Prakoso, CAD Notes, June 28, 2010

What's So Special About Project Snap? - stores data in index, extracts/indexes additional objects, consolidates search results in single interface, supports multiple design applications, next-generation platform for browsing/searching content anywhere, Scott Sheppard, It's Alive in the Lab, Jun 14, 2010

AutoCAD as a Desktop Publisher - using Microsoft Paint, William Le Couteur's AutoCAD Blog, Jun 5, 2010

AutoCAD 2009 Customer Real World Ribbon Usage Data - ribbon users out number non ribbon users 54% to 46%, and former is growing, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, Jun 24, 2008

How to Stay Up to Date With AutoCAD - resources like peers, book, updating skills, EllenFinkelstein.com, Jun 2008

The Nozzle from 20 Years Ago - see an AutoCAD drawing from the 1980s updated (in Autodesk Inventor) to a 3D DWF file, Shaan Hurley, Between the Lines, January 30, 2005

A Towering Project - Autodesk products - AutoCAD, Revit and Buzzsaw - are chief among the CAD tools being used to design the Freedom Tower, situated at the site of the former World Trade Center, Star Online, January 18, 2005

Deck Building with AutoCAD - anecdote about using AutoCAD to design a deck, Alexander Bicalho, Life of an Origamy, January 5, 2005

Building a Bridge Between AutoCAD and MicroStation - a CAD expert explains how he customized both AutoCAD and MicroStation to display common terminology, icons and menu structures so that users needing to work with both systems could easily move from one to the other, Eric Cooper, CADdigest.com, October 16, 2003

Intellectual Property Rights - you own your CAD data now - but will you always be able to access it?, Joe Croser and Robert Downing, CADdigest.com, May 7, 2003

A Remarkable Endeavour - see how one man used AutoCAD to create a virtual model of Captain Cook’s ship the Endeavour, Tony Ruth, Multi-CAD, March 2003

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