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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 19, No. 3)    27 Jan, 2014

Learn about AutoCAD's in-canvas viewport controls, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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AutoCAD’s In-Canvas Viewport Controls   27 Jan, 2014

If you work in 3D, you will love AutoCAD’s In-canvas Viewport Controls. Join Lynn Allen as she shows you how to quickly change your viewport configuration with these handy tools.More>>

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Eleven Efficiency Boosters for AutoCAD   23 Jan, 2014

High-profile features are nice, but these subtle improvements will really enhance your productivity.More>>

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TurboCAD through the Years   23 Jan, 2014

The release of the software’s 20th version inspires a longtime user and beta tester to reflect on its development — and its role in the success of his business.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#314)   22 Jan, 2014

The Peer-to-Peer CAD Manager, Part 2: To improve your relationship with your CAD users, become a reliable resource for technical solutions and interdepartmental collaboration.More>>

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Try FreeCommander, the Free File Manager   22 Jan, 2014

This alternative to the standard Windows File Manager features a dual-panel display.More>>

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The Peer-to-Peer CAD Manager, Part 2   22 Jan, 2014

To improve your relationship with your CAD users, become a reliable resource for technical solutions and interdepartmental collaboration.More>>

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Autodesk Shores Up BIM Offerings   16 Jan, 2014

Autodesk University 2013, part 3: Company highlights acquisitions, other efforts to bridge gaps in building and civil engineering workflows. More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 19, No. 2)   13 Jan, 2014

Erase mistakes with the Oops command, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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AutoCAD's Valuable Oops Command   13 Jan, 2014

The Oops command has been in AutoCAD since the very beginning — but few users know how to take advantage of it. Join Autodesk Evangelist Lynn Allen as she shows you just when the Oops command can come in really handy!More>>