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Although AutoCAD is sold as a single package, AutoCAD 2018 is split into two products: AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. AutoCAD LT is a smaller, cheaper version of AutoCAD. With AutoCAD LT you get more features, at a lower price.

For all AutoCAD releases, there is also a separate PostScript Design Center version. This product is a large volume retailer-focused version of the AutoCAD LT product that includes additional features and is priced accordingly.

The most recent versions of AutoCAD 2018 are made available in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese. See a list of the versions you can install or purchase.

AutoCAD LT is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese.

AutoCAD 2018 is also available as a free version of AutoCAD LT. Use the free version of AutoCAD LT to explore the features of AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, and AutoCAD R14 on your desktop. For more information on the free version, see the Free version of AutoCAD LT on the AutoCAD LT website.

You can also install AutoCAD 2018 on top of an earlier release. See the table below for detailed information about installing AutoCAD 2018 on AutoCAD LT, AutoCAD, or AutoCAD R14.

AutoCAD LT file compatibility:

AutoCAD 2018, AutoCAD LT 2018, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2018, AutoCAD LT 2017, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2017, AutoCAD LT 2016, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2016, AutoCAD LT 2015, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2015, AutoCAD LT 2014, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2014, AutoCAD LT 2013, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2013, AutoCAD LT 2012, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2012, AutoCAD LT 2011, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD 2011, AutoCAD LT 2010, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD LT 10, AutoCAD 10, and AutoCAD R14

AutoCAD LT 9, AutoCAD 9,

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4D modeling
AutoCAD Product Key 2010 added several 4D modeling tools, including one to model and make interactive maps.

In 2013, Autodesk stated that it planned to double-down on 4D modeling, including plans to release an update of the 4D Desktop application. In June 2013, Autodesk released the results of a user survey of the 4D desktop product, noting that “[U]sers prefer it to any other similar 4D application. […] Surveys show that users like the new interface and workflow of 4D Desktop, despite the lack of new features. The product met user expectations and exceeded user expectations in all areas.”

4D Desktop is a modified version of Autodesk’s Microstation software. It supports simultaneous two- or three-dimensional work on paper as well as on a computer screen, allowing drawings to be reviewed on paper with comments made on the computer screen. It is priced at US$2000.

Other AutoCAD 2010 updates included:
Animation of architectural drawings
Bulk edit (editing) of architectural drawings
Create floor plans
Interactively animate architectural drawings
Layer editing and grouping in ArchiCAD
Navigation for architectural drawings
Portrait and landscape alignments in 3D drawing
Narrow paper
Print on demand
Support for design professionals

Notable events
In 2001, Autodesk partnered with IBM, and their OSIsoft and WYSIWYG products were merged into AutoCAD. This made the application compatible with some of the database programs that were becoming popular at the time.

In 2003, Autodesk acquired Mainsoft, the developer of WinCAD, including the CAD-software applications SolidWorks, for $60 million. SolidWorks had been previously launched by IntelliWorks.

In 2007, Autodesk purchased the assets of the discontinued program, Autodesk Architectural Desktop, creating a new architecture software product called Autodesk Architecture 2011. It became Autodesk Revit in 2012.

In 2011, Autodesk acquired DesignSpark, a Windows-based software product for architectural visualization, for US$250 million.

In 2013, Autodesk acquired Ecotect to develop the new building-shell software product Environmental Vault.

In 2014, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2014, AutoCAD LT 2014 and Revit 2014. A new three-dimensional (3D) architectural design software named Autodesk Revit Architecture 2014 was also released


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I want to display the graphs with graphviz and this is achieved by
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The graphs are converted file and the dot files are being displayed.
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By default, Graphviz renders the graph into a format which is
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that can read the GraphML format. To render the graph in GraphML
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(print-graph (display-graph (export-graphviz-to-file ‘~/Desktop/’ ‘t’)))

The GraphML output is printed to the window. For the output to appear
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What’s New in the?

Report errors, warnings and unsaved changes in your drawings with the new Markup Assist command. Generate a set of “for your eyes only” marks for design reviews.

(video: 0:48 min.)

New AutoCAD commands:

Add, insert, move or rotate existing components based on reference points or predefined sets of points.

Use the Imegetool tip to navigate through the feature options, or type a keystroke and the tool will appear on the screen.

Use the LaTeX tool to quickly insert, delete or rotate text, or convert text to path.

Use the Arc tool to draw a geometric arc, ellipse or polygon.

Use the Pitch tool to automatically calculate the pitch and rotate a curve, line or spline.

Insert an arrowhead.

You can also find out what’s new in AutoCAD 2019 by watching this brief video.

Courses and Training:

Learn how to draw geometric features in AutoCAD with this complete online training package. Your instructor will walk you through the process of creating a 3D model and generate AutoCAD drawings. Also includes online grading and a project.

The year we made history: The AutoCAD Users Club voted to switch from a standard 12-month membership to a unique year-long membership, and the new plan is now available. Learn more.

Read what professionals think of AutoCAD 2019. Click on the button below to learn more.

Visit the online support section for the latest AutoCAD news and information.

The Autodesk website has a section where you can browse through a collection of video tutorials on AutoCAD 2019. Here’s a video on how to make freehand or mechanical dimensions on a 2D drawing. Click to view or download.

AutoCAD Drawings – Hardcopies. The new Autodesk Certified AutoCAD Professional Course (CACPR) has been redesigned to include a print-out booklet of checklists and instructions, a process book, and a hard copy of the CAD Application Portfolio. You’ll also find sample AutoCAD drawings from each of the course’s 12 courses and materials for instructors and students.

Online courses and virtual seminars will continue to be offered in the same format as in the past.

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Network: Broadband Internet connection
OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 CPU
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