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New and Improved Rendering Tools   31 Mar, 1998

This month, we will continue our explorations in the use of bitmap files in renderings that we started in the previous 3D column.More>>

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It's BONUS time! The R14 Layer Bonus Routines   31 Mar, 1998

The bonus routines attached to the three bonus toolbars will bring sighs of delight to you proficient AutoCAD users.More>>

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Creating an Input Calculator in VBA   28 Feb, 1998

The Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming interface that is available inside AutoCAD R14 presents a very powerful tool for the development of interactive programs that accept input from users and generate drawings.More>>

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What You See is What You Get   28 Feb, 1998

AutoCAD provides many different means of viewing your drawing, some more efficient than others.More>>

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More on External References in R14   31 Jan, 1998

Prior to AutoCAD R14, many users complained about the inability to clip external references.More>>

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Rendering With Bitmaps   31 Jan, 1998

Of all the new rendering capabilities in R14, those that can attach bitmap file images to surfaces are probably the most useful.More>>

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