AutoCAD
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You Break Me Up!   15 Oct, 2004

AutoCAD's Break command removes precise portions of lines, arcs, and circles.More>>

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Know All Your Options   15 Oct, 2004

AutoCAD's latest Options dialog box holds some powerful features.More>>

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Protect Yourself from Joe Unknown   15 Oct, 2004

Data validation is one way to ensure users won’t break your applicationMore>>

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Bug Watch October 2004   15 Oct, 2004

Communications Breakdown RevisitedMore>>

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You Break Me Up!   15 Oct, 2004

AutoCAD's Break command removes precise portions of lines, arcs, and circles.More>>

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Load and Run VBA Macros Using Straight VBA   15 Sep, 2004

Editing idiosyncrasies have text playing hide and seek.More>>

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Circles & Lines: Object Snaps, the Sequel   15 Sep, 2004

This month continues exploration of the many object snap options in AutoCAD.More>>

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Meet my friend Cal Q. Lator   15 Sep, 2004

Learning Curve: Captain LearnCurve takes on AutoCAD's built-in calculatorMore>>

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Bug Watch September 2004   14 Sep, 2004

AutoCAD's Editing Idiosyncrasies Have Text Playing Hide and SeekMore>>

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Manufacturer Takes PDM Benefits to the Bank   16 Aug, 2004

PDM system saves welding equipment manufacturer $275,000 per yearMore>>


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