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How AutoCAD Works

AutoCAD includes a feature for transforming an image into a vector object. That feature is called Raster to Vector, or RT-V. This feature allows a user to specify the parameters for the tool, such as what layer to select or what size of control point to create. After you’ve selected a parameter, you can click the Convert button to convert the picture into a vector object or click the Open button to select a picture for the command.

You can also use the AutoCAD Tools menu to convert an image to vector. The Tools menu also includes a Reverse Image command, which has several options. The Reverse Image command starts the Raster to Vector process by using a specified image as the mask for creating the shape. A new shape is created in the background, with the mask image automatically deleted. Then the converted shape is added to the current drawing or flattened with the image reversed in the current shape.

Another new feature in AutoCAD 2013, called Export to PDF, allows you to export a drawing to PDF. The Export to PDF feature is similar to the Convert to PDF command. It allows you to export a drawing to a PDF file, but in this case the converted image is not flattened into a flattened PDF.

The Export to PDF command has options for saving the file as an EPS or PDF file. The EPS file format is the default. EPS files are usually formatted for use with printers, but can also be used for creating certain types of images. The PDF format is better suited to be used in other applications, such as a slide show or if you want to share a drawing with a colleague.

You can use the Export to PDF command to create an export file for your drawings. You can save the drawing as an EPS or PDF file. You can also save the drawing as a template for creating PDF files from other drawings.

Creating a Vector Object

A vector object is defined by points, known as vector points, along with a direction, known as a vector. A vector point has an X and Y value that is specific to that point. A vector point has a location and direction. The location of the point is known as an endpoint, and the location of the direction is known as a tip.

The X and Y coordinates of the vector point are called X-coordinates and Y-coordinates. X-coordinates have a positive direction, with a positive value, and

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AutoLISP, as an API for AutoCAD, is a programming language which is very much like LISP, but for CAD applications.

Third-party AutoCAD plugins
, there are a large number of AutoCAD-based plugins available on the Autodesk Exchange Apps. These can provide an AutoCAD user interface (UI) for various CAD applications, including:
A.I. ImagePro – uses the OpenGL drawing model and OpenGL, version 3.3, to present images.

BIMManager – used to visualize and manage BIM data

CAD/CAM and related, enables the real-time creation of 3D CAD models from drawings

Data exchange
AutoCAD supports the following file formats:
DXF (Autodesk Drawing Exchange)
DWG (Autodesk Drawing Exchange)
DGN (Autodesk Drawing Exchange)
DFX (Autodesk Drawing Exchange)
DXI (Autodesk Drawing Exchange)


AutoCAD 2010
AutoCAD 2010 is the first release of AutoCAD. It contains a new pre-built application which is already installed on a PC, and updates to AutoCAD itself. It also includes a visual scripting language (Visual LISP), which can be used to extend the application with custom-built functionality.

AutoCAD 2010 is for Windows Vista and Windows 7 only, and does not support Windows XP. It was first released in November 2009.

AutoCAD 2010 was succeeded by AutoCAD 2011 in December 2010.

AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT
AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT was released in November 2010.

AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT 2D was released in February 2011. It can run on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 and was the first release of AutoCAD LT that supported.NET.

AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT 3D was released in February 2011. It was the first release of AutoCAD LT that included.NET 3.5.

AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT Architecture was released in April 2011. It contains a 3D drawing component and C++ interfaces.

AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT Electrical was released in April 2011.

AutoCAD 2010 for AutoCAD LT Civil 3D was


Select ‘Autodesk Autocad User Interface’ from the menu.
Click on the Options button (?)
A pop-up window will appear:
Click on the ‘Show information’ button to show any notes.

When the information is displayed, select ‘Show keys’ and ‘Recreate keychain’ (these 2 words)

Click ‘Ok’.

What’s New in the AutoCAD?

With Markup Assist, open and edit an imported drawing using your standard drawings tools. You can then send the feedback to the original file without opening it in a separate window or application. (video: 1:36 min.)

2D Plots:

Create and annotate plots on drawings. With new commands, you can: export a 2D plot to an image or PDF file; create annotation layers for plots and plot-specific attributes; and add a label to the plot.


Convert an object into an annotative object for the creation of plots. You can add annotations to a drawing with the Markup tool. This tool does not require an additional application to use. The annotations are then available for export into a 2D plot, a plot image, or PDF files.

2D plots in AutoCAD can now be annotated. Create an annotative plot with a click of a button. Quickly add shapes or other annotation items to the plot for the creation of automated 2D plots for 2D output devices (e.g., Web, email, or plotter). (video: 1:16 min.)

Deleting objects with the Lasso tool:

Quickly delete groups, symbols, and other objects from your drawing with the Lasso tool. As you select objects, the command line shows the amount of time required to complete the delete. (video: 1:37 min.)

Powerful 3D Layers:

Create and manage 3D layers to organize and label different views of your 3D drawing. This new feature allows you to add shapes, text, and annotations to specific views of a model. (video: 1:10 min.)

Export to DWG, DXF, and other formats:

Export views to DXF, DWG, and other file formats. Send views to various file formats for use with outside applications. Add auto-generated DGN tags to your drawing for the export of text and annotations.

The Export to DWG, DXF, and PDF command now supports exporting views of 3D drawings. With this new feature, you can create a view with a selection of objects and export it to DWG, DXF, and PDF format. (video: 1:05 min.)

Design-time Zones:

Quickly and easily change the default zone for your drawings at design time. Design-time zones are used

System Requirements For AutoCAD:

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