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AutoCAD 2005 Features and Benefits

introduction to the features and a small ‘hands on’ tutorial to get started quickly. In addition, both AutoCAD 2004 and AutoCAD 2005 can be temporarily installed on the same workstation to ease the transition.

Benefit

This visual tool makes it easy to learn the new and enhanced functionality in AutoCAD 2005 and put your knowledge to immediate use. Interactive animations, exercises, and descriptions get you up and running fast. Move over to the new release at your own pace while still having your AutoCAD 2004 version at your fingertips.

Migration Tools Problem

Customization within AutoCAD—such as menus, quick key settings, linetypes, and hatch patterns—is very common. When you move to a new version of AutoCAD you must recreate these customizations, before beginning productive work.

Solution

In-product and stand-alone migration capabilities in AutoCAD 2005 transfer your files, settings, preferences, and customized menus and routines, and have you up and running quickly.

Benefit AutoCAD 2005 migration tools smooth your transition and limit downtime.

Conclusion

AutoCAD 2005 enables organizations to efficiently and accurately create, manage, and share information. The Sheet Set Manager provides a better way to compose, publish, update, and distribute vital project information. The Sheet Set Manager, used with the new Table and Field commands, can help you to increase your organization’s productivity by improving collaboration and reducing the time spent referencing and cross-referencing individual drawing files.

Productivity directly impacts your company’s profitability and position in the marketplace. AutoCAD 2005—the new standard in CAD productivity—keeps you competitive no matter what industry you work in, giving you maximum speed, power, and efficiency throughout your design process.

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