First Look Review: PRO Menu 2007 (Cadalyst Daily Archive)

27 Nov, 2006 By: Patrick Davis

Add-on offers 80 new tools to increase your AutoCAD productivity


One reason AutoCAD is so popular across so many different disciplines is because it's easy to customize it to suit your needs. Many customization methods are available, but they require your time and experience to make work well. Fortunately, numerous third-party options are available to make AutoCAD work better for you. One such product is PRO Menu by MultiCIM Technologies. PRO Menu is a collection of about 80 AutoCAD utilities that make AutoCAD more intuitive and make you more productive. Read more >>p>


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