AutoCAD 2023 Released

Mar 29, 2022 – Autodesk released AutoCAD 2023 and the AutoCAD 2023 Productivity Toolsets

Autodesk announced the release of AutoCAD 2023, AutoCAD 2023 LT, and the AutoCAD 2023 Productivity Toolsets.

Autodesk Subscription customers with access to AutoCAD should be able to download the new AutoCAD 2023 and Toolsets from the Subscription site.

See the Autodesk Online Help page for the currently available on-line help files.

AutoCAD 2023

The Autodesk 2023 release products all employ the Custom Installer that allows administrators and users to pre-configure the installed software or deployment resources before downloading.
See the Autodesk Subscription site for the Custom Installer help and details.

See the official AutoCAD 2023 New Features page.

See the What’s New in AutoCAD 2023 page in the on-line help for more details.

See the What's New in AutoCAD Map 3D 2023 Toolset page in the on-line help for more details.

ACAD 2023 New Features

This is only a basic summary of the new AutoCAD 2023 features.
See the links above for more details and videos.

Markup Import and Markup Assist

Rapidly send and incorporate feedback into your designs.
Import feedback from printed paper or PDFs and add changes to your drawings automatically, without additional drawing steps.
Other important updates to Trace.

Sheet Set Manager

Open sheet sets quicker than ever before.
Using the Autodesk cloud platform, sending and opening sheet sets to and from teammates is quicker and safer.

Count

Automate the counting of blocks or objects within a selected area or throughout your entire drawing with a menu to identify errors and navigate through your counted objects.

My Insights

Learn helpful tips and valuable information at the right time and in the right context to help you complete your projects faster.

Floating Drawing Windows

Improvements to the Floating Drawing Window interface.

3D Graphics

AutoCAD includes the new cross platform 3D graphics system.
This new graphics system leverages the power of modern GPUs and multi-core CPUs to offer a smooth navigation experience for much larger drawings than in prior releases.