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The latest One AutoCAD 2020 release is now on the street. The One AutoCAD includes a host of specialty Toolsets in addition to the improved core AutoCAD functionality. The AutoCAD 2020 improvements include a focus on faster installs, quicker saves, and better integration of common AutoCAD tools, and interface mechanics for all the supported Toolsets.

AutoCAD 2020

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags AutoCAD 2020, Toolset, Map 3D 2020, release, block, purge, install

The next release of Civil 3D is almost upon us. Maybe you want a preview of What’s New in Autodesk Civil 3D 2019 and all the related Civil software. We can do that.

This listing reflects a portion of our always updated Autodesk OnLine Help page. That list all the releases and recent…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Civil 3D 2019, help, WATT, Infraworks, Recap, Map 3D, Navisworks, Vehicle Tracking

Autodesk celebrates the summer equinox with a rash of Hotfix, Update, and Module releases for 2018 AEC products. These were accompanied by an Autodesk Desktop App upgrade as well. Seems to me there were actually more than one of those, but what do I know.

Not all of the publically released Hotfixes have appeared in the Autodesk Desktop App

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Update, hotfix, AutoCAD 2018, Civil 3D 2018, Map 3D 2018

It is the IDS of April once again, but the Autodesk IDS is gone the way of all flesh. Autodesk released the AEC Collection 2018 products and AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018 just in time for tax day. That seems have become an annual tradition. Autodesk marketing? Is the message that Death, Taxes, and AutoCAD upgrades are inescapable? I’m just saying.

I hear tell the…

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AutoCAD supports the core Microsoft (Excel) table object directly these days. Odds are you already know this. It has actually been true for a number of releases. I don’t mean the old Windows OLE technology.  To be specific - if you directly copy and paste a selected range of cells from Excel into AutoCAD, you will get an OLE object result. The same OLE result happens if you paste out of Word and…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags tablestyle, table, list, excel, video, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Map 3D