CADDManager on March 29th, 2005

Not new but very useful… The Product Manager searches a network and reports information about each Autodesk product installed, including programs, service packs, extensions, and object enablers. You can save the results of the search in a file for use in a spreadsheet or database application. To install the utility, double-click setup.exe on the product […]

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CADDManager on March 28th, 2005

The Subscription Center provides Autodesk subscription members (who pay the fees for subscription) access to resources such as e-Learning (self-paced, interactive lessons) and web support (where you can submit technical questions online to Autodesk support staff). You can determine whether users who are entitled to subscription resources can access them by using Help and clicking […]

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CADDManager on March 19th, 2005

On January 16, 2006, Autodesk will no longer provide support for AutoCAD 2002-based products. You need to think about what that might mean to you. On October 15, 2005, Autodesk will no longer provide support for Autodesk Inventor Series 7. Product retirements are sometimes tough to swallow. It may mean that you no longer may […]

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CADDManager on March 19th, 2005

John Maxwell writes, “I am convinced that when people’s motives are pure and they genuinely desire to add value to others, they cannot help others without receiving some benefit. The return may be immediate, or it may take a long time, but it will occur. And when it does, the relationship begins to resonate with […]

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CADDManager on March 18th, 2005

AutoCAD 2006 has a few little enhancements that may help the icon challenged among us. Like remembering which icon does what. They have added the icons for OSNAPs to the Shift+Right Click function. Hold down the Shift Key and Right Click and you will see the icons next to the options.

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CADDManager on March 16th, 2005

Fairly common requirements… But if you are on an older machine… Time to Upgrade Intel® Pentium® III or later, with 800 MHz or faster processor, or compatible Microsoft® Windows® XP SP1 or SP2 (Professional, Home Edition, or Tablet PC Edition), or Windows® 2000 Professional SP4 512 MB RAM 500 MB free disk space for installation […]

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CADDManager on March 16th, 2005

Test your AutoCAD Knowledge.. What release is this screen shot of the interface? Don’t peek… (R12)

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CADDManager on March 11th, 2005

Here is a preview of what the box might look like when it starts shipping. Little things like this always catch my eye. I understand that it is what is inside the box that counts, but let’s not forget that a nice looking box is worth something.  :>)

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CADDManager on March 8th, 2005

The new Drawing Recovery Manager enables you to retrieve backup files (BAK) or even your automatically saved versions of your DWG files without having to manually search through folders and rename file extensions. This has been one of the toughest things I have had to show people in previous versions. Finding the AutoSaved files from […]

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