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Select AutoCAD Objects Easily with Selection Cycling   26 Nov, 2013

If you work with complex drawings that have multiple objects on top of each other, then you’re going to find the value in Selection Cycling. This handy tool makes it easy to select the correct object every time!More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 39)   25 Nov, 2013

Draw an arc to length, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 38)   18 Nov, 2013

Rotate dimension text to horizontal, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#311)    13 Nov, 2013

Specifying CAD Workstations, Demystified: Unsure about whether to direct your dollars toward a faster processor or more RAM? Here's one expert's opinion on what to choose for your CAD users.More>>

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Compare Processor Options   13 Nov, 2013

This tool enables users to evaluate all the Intel processor families at once.More>>

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Specifying CAD Workstations, Demystified   13 Nov, 2013

Unsure about whether to direct your dollars toward a faster processor or more RAM? Here's one expert's opinion on what to choose for your CAD users.More>>

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Master AutoCAD Palettes   12 Nov, 2013

We use AutoCAD palettes all the time — but are you a Palette Master? Join Autodesk Evangelist Lynn Allen as she shares with you all the ins and outs of palettes and shows you how to set them up for maximum productivity!More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 37)   4 Nov, 2013

Simultaneously update many blocks in one AutoCAD file, plus more tips, tricks, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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Tips & Tools Weekly (Vol. 18, No. 36)   28 Oct, 2013

Perform geometric manipulations using blocks or groups, plus more tips, tools, and resources for CAD managers and users.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#310)   23 Oct, 2013

Don't Be Penny-Wise and Computer-Foolish: Using outdated computers for CAD is a false economy that can waste staggering amounts of employee time. Here's how to open management's eyes. More>>