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IBM T221 Flat-Panel Monitor   1 Apr, 2004

There are times when technology simply amazes me, and reviewing the IBM T221 flat-panel monitor was one of those times. Capable of resolutions as high as 3840X2400 in 24-bit color on a 22.2" diagonal screen, the T221 boasts some 9.2 million pixels. While typical monitors have 96ppi (pixels per...More>>

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@Xi 6400 MTower DPR   1 Apr, 2004

The 6400 MTower DPR system from @Xi features two new Xeon 3.2GHz processors housed in a black midtower case with a swingaway drive bay door. This case, also available in putty or silver, features a clear Plexiglas panel on the tool-free removable side panel. A front panel provides easy access to a...More>>

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Training Tips and Strategies   1 Apr, 2004

Frustrated CAD managers often ask me how to handle user-training programs. Questions range from how to identify materials to the best time to train to how to justify training to dubious upper management staff.More>>

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Bug Watch April 2004   1 Apr, 2004

Tatty Text, Qleader Quirks, and Mouse Mayhem get the workaround in this month?s column.More>>

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Picture This   1 Apr, 2004

Bill Fane shows to the best way to work with image files in AutoCAD.More>>

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GO DIGITAL   1 Apr, 2004

Many firms have a large number of original, hardcopy drawings and blueprints that have never been digital. Wide-format scanners provide the tools to convert these valuable drawings to digital formats, either as bit mapped images or through conversions to vector formats that you can edit in CAD...More>>

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Table 1. Scanner Features   1 Apr, 2004

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CAD Manager's Newsletter #103   25 Mar, 2004

Explore AutoCAD 2005's new sheet set functions. They could change the way you work.More>>

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MCAD Tech News #117: QuadriSpace Presenter Pro   18 Mar, 2004

3D model publisher provides tools to create interactive documents and presentations.More>>

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smart Designs forfour Car   16 Mar, 2004

smart, a DaimlerChrysler subsidiary, designed its first four-seater, the forfour, which will launch this spring.More>>