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In 2000, Autodesk re-branded AutoCAD into AutoCAD LT, separating AutoCAD from desktop-only uses, such as architectural drafting, and bundling the software with other design and drafting applications such as the AutoCAD 3D modeling program. AutoCAD LT could be licensed on its own, or bundled with other applications. There were always 3 types of AutoCAD LT licenses:

1. Architectural license 2. Desktop license 3. Academic/Loan license

Both Desktop and Architectural licenses are still in use today, while the Academic/Loan license has been replaced by a new Academic license. Below is a table outlining the differences between the 3 types of AutoCAD LT licenses:


Type of AutoCAD LT License Licensing Permission Arch. Users can use the entire application except for the following:

Users cannot install a number of different versions of AutoCAD. Users cannot export drawings to different formats. (This is only available with Architectural licenses.) Users cannot save drawings in certain formats. (This is only available with Architectural licenses.) Users cannot save certain file types. (This is only available with Architectural licenses.) Users cannot save files of a certain size. (This is only available with Architectural licenses.) Users cannot use certain Autocad Options boxes (these are only available with Architectural licenses.) Architectural

Users can use the entire application.


Users can use the entire application.


Users can use the entire application.

Architectural or desktop AutoCAD LT

Autodesk – AutoCAD LT (All)


(All) A – Architectural The complete AutoCAD LT software package. Includes architectural drawing features and ability to import DWG/DXF and DWF/DWT files. 6 licenses per seat

C – Corporate AutoCAD LT The complete AutoCAD LT software package, but without architectural drawings features. 4 licenses per seat

D – Desktop AutoCAD LT The complete AutoCAD LT software package, without architectural drawings features. 2 licenses per seat

E – Educational AutoCAD LT The complete AutoCAD LT software package, without architectural drawings features, with access to educational features. 2 licenses per seat

F – Single use license AutoCAD LT The complete AutoCAD LT software package, without architectural drawings

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Since version 15, AutoCAD Product Key has had a useful user manual with instructions for creating a variety of drawings, diagrams, and illustrations, and 3D objects. The AutoCAD User’s Guide and the AutoCAD Programming Manual are the primary source of information on how to use AutoCAD and to learn about its various features. The documentation was originally available as a separate volume called User’s Guide, and later changed to a PDF document, available on the Autodesk website. The book on the subject of AutoCAD is called AutoCAD: Design and Technique for Drafting, from Hanley and Belfus.

For creating small programs, AutoCAD has supported an Application Programming Interface (API) since AutoCAD 2002. This programmatic interface is a set of functions and related constants that are used to programmatically access to the main features of AutoCAD. This interface allows programs to automate specific tasks without requiring the user to manually perform them, which is the main purpose of CAD software, to automate the drawing process. The applications programming interface (API) for AutoCAD is called ACADLIB.

The API was created to support the need of several large scale customizations: CAD scripting and automation, easy creation of macros, and some tools and automated workflows. After the release of the first major version of AutoCAD, the API and the related documentation were developed so that they can be used both by large companies and hobbyist who want to create their own applications.

AutoCAD 2000 was the first version to include a command line interpreter, which allowed programs to automate the process of creating and printing drawings. The interpreter is implemented in the C++ language.


AutoCAD was originally designed by Charles Berner, a mechanical engineer, and released by Autodesk on March 7, 1989. A month after its launch, the company was renamed to AutoDesk and has since then been owned by Autodesk, Inc. The first version was AutoCAD Version 2.

On June 23, 2001, Autodesk acquired AutoCAD LT, a Windows-only successor of AutoCAD that enables users to create drawings, without the need to learn the complex design concepts and be proficient in AutoCAD.

AutoCAD LT was discontinued in 2012 and succeeded by AutoCAD 2016. In 2018, AutoCAD LT was discontinued altogether.


AutoCAD 2000
The first version

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Create a new drawing.

Select the local file as your source file.
Find the locations of all the files.
Open the libraries in Autodesk.
Use the keygen to save to the previously saved directory.
Rename the keygen and open it.

Choose the modules to add and enable them.

See also
Autodesk 3D Warehouse
Autodesk 3D Conceptual

External links
Official Autodesk 3D Web Site

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Note: Currently, only the new curves follow the path; the other new features will be available in future releases.

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AutoCAD 2019 and earlier versions do not support curve-based or polyline-based follow-on curves.

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System Requirements For AutoCAD:

Windows 7, Vista, and XP (32bit and 64bit)
2 GHz Dual Core Processor (or above)
1024 MB GPU
Recommended Specifications:
2 GHz Quad Core Processor (or above)
1280 MB GPU
Supported video card : NVIDIA GTX 680
AMD R9 270X
AMD R9 380X
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