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The Best of Lynn Allen’s AutoCAD Tips & Tricks

The Best of Lynn Allen’s AutoCAD Tips & Tricks

For both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT

For over 10 years, AutoCAD expert

New Year


I'm back after just returning from my extended annual week of rest vacation.

Autodesk Week of Rest for the Holidays

Most Autodesk employees will be out of the office for our annual Week of Rest so that our employees can spend time with their families for the holidays. The annual Week of Rest is from December 23rd to January 3rd this year. Some of us may take a take a day or two extra in the front and end to maximize our time with friends and family and  come back fresh and energized to begin the new year. Employees for certain support and business functions will be available throughout the holidays.

Amazing 35 Years of AutoCAD

In response to my post about AutoCAD turning 35, my email inbox and twitter feed is full and I am so grateful for the response. It is so amazing to hear the memories of so many including some that have used AutoCAD it’s entire life of 35 years.

35 Years of AutoCAD

Next month AutoCAD will celebrate it’s 35th birthday.

AutoCAD 86 1.1 disk

Portland’s Crazy Weather This Week

The Autodesk Lake Oswego Oregon (Portland) office has been closed the past two days due to a rare snow storm named Decima that hit Wednesday December 14th, 2016.

New AutoCAD 2017 for Mac and AutoCAD LT for Mac

We have shiny new Mac releases of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT today. The new AutoCAD for Mac 2017 and AutoCAD LT 2017 for Mac releases went live. For those AutoCAD history buffs, AutoCAD for Mac 2017 was code named Naboo.

Aerial View of Lake Oswego Oregon Autodesk Office

I recently purchased and received my new personal UAS/UAV a DJI Mavic. This little drone folds up and can be easily packed in my backpack or camera bag and has many advanced technologies like obstacle avoidance and several automated flight modes like follow me and follow terrain. II t can go 40mph and has a radio range 4.6 mile range however FAA rules require visual one of sight which is definitely not that far.

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