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The software features a 2D and a 3D drafting application, with vector and bitmap graphics in both 2D and 3D modes. The 2D drawing capabilities include the ability to automatically lay out page layouts based on a graphical 2D layout, the ability to export and import 2D objects into the 3D model, and the ability to use 2D objects as the basis for 3D objects. The 3D drawing capability of AutoCAD is modeled after the industry standard Parasolid (PSD) format. AutoCAD 2015 introduces an updated user interface, tools, and project management capabilities.

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The table below provides a brief overview of the most important features of AutoCAD 2018, as reported by other users. These features were identified in previous versions, but in 2018 the features were updated. Some features may not be available in every version. Features not available in AutoCAD 2010 can be found in the following table.

Version 2010 2015 2017 2018 2D Drafting

(bitmap, vector, raster, etc.) A drawing (object) cannot have both a 2D and 3D drawing (object). The user can convert 3D to 2D.

2D Drawings

(bitmap, vector, raster, etc.) A 3D model can contain a 2D drawing (object).

3D Drawings

(bitmap, vector, raster, etc.) The user can add 2D drawings (objects) to a 3D model. The user can also convert 3D to 2D.

Simplify and convert to 2D and 3D. Draw the path and modify the control points, then save or export to a variety of file formats. Add custom 3D tabs to the ribbon, modify the properties, and export to a variety of file formats.

Add custom tabs to the ribbon and modify their properties.

Import a DWG or

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Layout features

AutoCAD’s layouts feature, built on its solid modelling foundation, is intended to make it easier to layout and design assemblies and other geometric objects from a CAD file. A layout can be created from an AutoCAD drawing, a drawing from a DWG file, or a DXF file. It consists of a basic sheet with many layout tabs, which can be customized. With the ability to create multiple layouts, a user can create a plan view layout and a sheet view layout, for instance, and place the sheet in a specific spot on a D-Base or paper design surface.

Features of AutoCAD’s layout include basic drawing tools such as various kinds of shapes, drafting guides, dimensions, and text; methods for inserting objects into the layout, such as tabs and frames; and advanced features, such as node-based layout and bubble diagrams.

Each tab contains its own set of layout parameters, which are configuration settings for the tab. The number of tabs is not limited. For example, a layout can have tabs for common block selection, block insertion, drawing tools, dimensioning, or text. In addition, each layout tab has its own set of properties, which are configuration settings for the tab. The number of properties for each tab can be configured, and are listed at the bottom of the properties dialog.

The software supports both master and slave layouts. A master layout is the original layout. A slave layout is the copy of the master layout. There are many methods of using slave layouts in AutoCAD.

Other features

AutoCAD supports different types of brushes and stamps. These include a standard brush and a drawing customizer brush. A brush is an area of a drawing that has an associated graphic. These area graphics (e.g., solid, dashed, gradient and hatch) can be modified with the brush. A custom brush is a custom graphic that can be created with a CAD feature. A custom stamp is an image used for drawing or editing features (e.g., splines, lines, polygons, text, dimensions, and a few others).

A “Design” option is available in the preferences dialog, which is a shortcut to the “Create Drafting Templates” feature. AutoCAD provides templates that can be used to create a new drawing, a view, an annotation, or a legend. The templates can be edited using the “Edit Template” dialog, which has a list of available templates

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Print the key.

On Windows print using the printer with a sticker interface.

On Mac it prints on the default printer.

On Linux it prints to PDF.

Go to Options > Billing and sign in.

On the next page you’ll be able to enter the serial number.


jQuery.val() inside a Function not working

I have the following code which displays the value of a text field:

But I want to have the value of that field as an argument in a function. So I tried using this:
function getHolderHeight()
var jq = $(‘#bodyField’);
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var theHeight = getHolderHeight();

But the value of getHolderHeight() is always 0. Can anybody help me?


jQuery objects don’t have a value property, they are defined by the jQuery.val() function.
var theHeight = getHolderHeight();

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The present invention relates to an optical fiber having good transmission characteristics, a process for producing the same, and the use thereof.
In recent years, with the development of various optical transmission techniques, there is an increasing demand for an optical fiber having a low loss. A proposal has been made to add a rare-earth element to a core of an optical fiber to reduce the loss thereof. For example, Published Unexamined Japanese Patent Application (PUPA) No. 60-40593 discloses an optical fiber comprising a core of a germanium-silicon-germanium (Ge-Si-Ge) system doped with Pr or Nd as a rare-earth element, and a cladding surrounding the core.
In addition, PUPA Nos. 60-40593, 60-40513, 61-70576, and 61-70578 disclose optical fibers comprising a core of a Ge-Si-Ge system doped with an alkaline-earth element as a rare-earth element, and a cladding surrounding the core. For example, PUPA No. 61-70578 discloses an optical fiber comprising a core

What’s New In?

Import and export Markups with the markup import and export dialog. Save an item by export, use it in your other projects, and import it to different drawings. (video: 1:30 min.)

Markup Aspect Options:

Adjust preview display of imported and exported designs. You can now see various design features, including layer information and comments, in a new preview window. (video: 1:22 min.)

Use the rectangle tool to rotate an imported drawing with a single click. (video: 1:11 min.)

Choose from several new editing tools to open imported models. Change edit tool properties, open edit boxes, and adjust existing tools in the same way as you would on your own drawings. (video: 1:20 min.)

Apply Objects to CAD Draft:

Use the Apply Objects to CAD Draft command to quickly and easily add details to CAD drawings. (video: 1:14 min.)

Export Model and Dimensions to PDF:

Create PDFs from AutoCAD drawings and add important information to your files, such as layer information, comments, and dimensioning data. (video: 1:32 min.)

3D Surface Files:

Use the 3D Surface dialog box to turn a 2D model into a 3D representation of a surface. (video: 1:27 min.)

Read and Write 2D Vector:

Use the read and write 2D vector feature to view, manage, and edit vector data from other file formats. (video: 1:25 min.)

Read and Write 3D:

Make 3D surface models from 2D drawings and 2D vector graphics, or directly from 3D models. (video: 1:34 min.)

Direct Blocks:

Use the Direct Blocks feature to connect drawings to each other and add layers, blocks, and text to them. (video: 1:35 min.)

Import and Export Sketchbook:

Save and share your designs in a new Sketchbook format. Import Sketchbook drawings to AutoCAD drawings and reuse the data to create other designs. (video: 1:23 min.)

Search and Select Features:

Find tool options and other features within a drawing. Simply highlight the feature to be found. (video: 1:31 min.)

Lines, Splines, and Beziers:


System Requirements For AutoCAD:

• 3.5+ Ghz Dual-Core Processor
• 2 GB RAM
• 500 GB of hard drive space
• Internet Connection
Install Instructions:
The download is a direct link that takes you to the location where you can download the Installer.
Make sure you are connected to the Internet before running the Installer
Download the installer, and open it
Run the installer
You are good to go
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