Category: AutoCAD 2010

AutoCAD 2010 – The New Contextual Ribbon

Among the “big new things” inside AutoCAD 2009 was of course a new user interface. At the heart of this new user interface was the all-new Ribbon. Love it or hate it, the ribbon is still inside AutoCAD 2010, but with some new enhancements.  While I

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REVERSE – Now a “real” AutoCAD Command

If you’ve been keeping up with the blogs, you’ve probably already read your share about parametric constraints/drafting, contextual ribbon, 3D modeling, and the like.  Not to say those topics aren’t appreciated additions to AutoCAD, but to me sometimes the little things make all the difference in

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AutoCAD 2010 – First Look at Parametric Constraints

I just recently returned home from San Francisco, CA where I was privileged enough to join some of the most popular AutoCAD bloggers in the blogosphere for the AutoCAD 2010 release event in San Francisco. Although we stayed incredibly busy throughout the day Thursday, I must

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Going to San Francisco for a Special Event at Autodesk

Aside from a few odds and ends, I have finished packing & am incredibly excited to be travelling to San Francisco, CA.  Tomorrow (Thursday 2/5/09) I will join some of the most esteemed bloggers in the AutoCAD blogosphere for a Special Event being hosted by Autodesk. 

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