AutoCAD was originally developed to be used with a display system called DYNACAD. In 1982, Autodesk released AutoCAD for DOS on the then new IBM PC compatible. It used a vector-based raster graphics system called X-Window. In 1985, Autodesk released an open source version for the Macintosh. It supported 16 colors and was for Apple II computers.
Autodesk provided a technical support service, called BlueScope, through its Web site until August 2010.
Starting in 2013, Autodesk introduced versions for mobile and web, which replaced the earlier desktop and mobile versions. They are separate apps, not variants or derivatives of the desktop or mobile versions, and are intended to run independently of the desktop or mobile versions.
1984, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for DOS
1985, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for the Macintosh
1986, Autodesk releases AutoCAD to show 3D drafting
1987, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for the Xerox Star workstation
1989, Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2.0 for DOS
1990, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Windows 2.0
1991, Autodesk releases AutoCAD Map 3D for DOS
1991, Autodesk releases AutoCAD Map 3D for Macintosh
1992, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Windows 3.0
1992, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Word 3.0
1993, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Windows 3.5
1994, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Mac 3.1
1995, Autodesk releases AutoCAD Map for Windows
1996, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Mac 3.0 and AutoCAD Map for Mac
1997, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for the Internet
1999, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Windows 2000
2001, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Windows XP
2003, Autodesk releases AutoCAD for Mac OS X
2008, Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2009 for Windows
2009, Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2011 for Windows
2010, Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2012 for Windows
2014, Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2015 for Windows
Application programming interface (API) Autodesk has a toolkit named Altova, which includes the AutoCAD API.
Since 2006, new functionality in AutoCAD comes with an API, which allows third-party developers to extend the functionality of AutoCAD. Most of the functionality exposed through the API is based on object type classes in the ObjectARX. This technology was introduced in AutoCAD 2008 SP1 with the C++ API.
In 2010, the functionality has been significantly improved through the C# API.
The AutoCAD API supports the following language types:
Autodesk Application Framework (AAF) for building C++, Visual Basic and C# plugins.
New features in AutoCAD 2011 and 2013 were delivered through the.NET API.
Starting with AutoCAD 2015, new features are delivered through the Visual LISP API, along with the Visual Studio IDE for easier developer experience. The Visual LISP provides several improvements to the way objects in AutoCAD are created and used. AutoCAD 2016 provides Visual LISP over the.NET and Visual Studio 2013 APIs.
In 2017, new features are delivered through the Visual LISP API and the C++ API.
The Visual LISP and C++ APIs provide new features which are not found in the other APIs.
AutoCAD 2010 uses the Visual Studio IDE as well.
Visual Studio IDE
Since the 2010 version of AutoCAD, the AutoCAD application supports a Visual Studio-based integrated development environment (IDE). In addition to its regular functions, the Visual Studio IDE serves as a build manager for AutoCAD plugins. The ability to make a plugin to AutoCAD is dependent on the AutoCAD application’s version and the operating system. Autodesk added a wizard in AutoCAD 2013 to make this process easier.
AutoCAD’s editors are built on the Visual Studio IDE. Each of these editors has different capabilities. For example, AutoCAD’s equation editor is primarily built on a Microsoft Visual C++ based editor. This editor uses the Microsoft Component Object Model (COM) for programming.
AutoCAD 2010 is a 32-bit application. This limits its use on the Microsoft Windows operating system. Most of the editors and features in AutoCAD are designed to run on the 64-bit Windows operating system. This limitation can
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If Autocad starts it means that you have the correctly installed.
Do not run the autocad_setup.exe
On the Autocad top menu you have to go to ‘Document’ – ‘View’
‘Snap’ – ‘off’
On the ‘Point’ – ‘Edit’ menu you have to go to ‘Document’ – ‘View’
‘Snap’ – ‘on’
On the ‘Size’ – ‘View’ menu you have to go to ‘Document’ – ‘View’
‘Snap’ – ‘off’
On the ‘Hints’ menu you have to go to ‘Options’ – ‘Window’
‘Tab’ – ‘Position’ – ‘Proximity’
After that you have to click on the ‘OK’ button on ‘Options’ – ‘Window’
‘Tab’ – ‘Position’ – ‘Proximity’ menu.
If you close Autocad and restart you will have a new tab (New
Position) you can move the tab.
Autocad 2010 (latest version)
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Add markup instructions for external content creators: annotate drawings for improved collaboration and content authoring. Highlight an instruction to track changes or to confirm information that you want to associate with the drawing. Your markup instructions create automated check-ins and enables collaboration between designers and content creators, no matter what software or platform they use. (video: 2:40 min.)
Introduction of Projection Drawing:
Easily share your ideas by projection drawings in 3D. Projection drawings can include other drawings and annotation, text, and images. (video: 1:30 min.)
3D modeling in AutoCAD:
Create smooth, accurate 3D models from 2D drawings. Automatically set up and apply 3D features, adjust surface properties, and finish the model using 3D context and properties. (video: 1:47 min.)
Build 3D models using layers and surfaces to easily align to an existing 2D drawing.
Add a base layer to the drawing for more accurate 3D modeling.
Automatically align to a specified drawing or boundary.
Save and share 3D layouts.
Automatic ribbon drawing in 2D:
Stay organized with automatically generated ribbons on all sheets. Auto-generate ribbons with labels that are appropriate to the drawing, its contents, and its purpose.
Manually insert ribbons.
Import ribbon templates.
Automatic shape edition:
New shapes can be applied, edited, and deleted automatically.
Adjust the shape’s size, position, orientation, and location by using a variety of options.
Apply any kind of shape to a new sheet or to an existing sheet, regardless of what type of shape it is.
Add axis marks to a shape.
Undo and redo actions:
Undo and redo are built into every tool.
Change the Undo and Redo behaviors for any tool.
Mark, toggle, and undo:
As you mark, toggle, and undo, your changes are kept in the history and can be reverted at any time.
Import and export features:
Export features as a DXF or DWG file, and import them into any drawing.
Add, edit, and delete parts as group symbols.
Edit lines and points.
Rotate, mirror, and transect:
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