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Lynn Allen


In her 20+ year career as a global technology evangelist, including her current role at Dassault Systèmes, Lynn Allen has spoken to more than a half-million professionals at events in over 50 countries throughout the world. Her online presentations and videos have easily reached over five million individuals. Her passion and strength is connecting with users, helping them embrace change, and shining a light on new technology.

For over 20 years she wrote a column for Cadalyst magazine and was the voice behind the popular Cadalyst “AutoCAD Video Tips.” The author of three technology books and a social media master, Lynn has more than 22,000 followers on Twitter, with over a quarter-million impressions every month.

Lynn has provided the keynote at many STEM conferences and is very focused on showing our youth they can change the world in a positive way through technology.


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It's BONUS time again! The Text Bonus Tools.   30 Apr, 1998
By: Lynn Allen

The Bonus tools fill our AutoCAD days with quick-and-easy routines that make the design process much more enjoyable.

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It's BONUS time! The R14 Layer Bonus Routines   31 Mar, 1998
By: Lynn Allen

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

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What You See is What You Get   28 Feb, 1998
By: Lynn Allen

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

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More on External References in R14   31 Jan, 1998
By: Lynn Allen

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

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The New External Reference Manager   31 Dec, 1997
By: Lynn Allen

When do you use external references? Whenever you need to reference another drawing but don't want to insert every object into your drawing.

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Lost in Paper Space (The Sequel)   30 Sep, 1996
By: Lynn Allen

This month,we'll review the basics and proceed into some of the more complicated aspects ofPaper Space.