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History of AutoCAD

The AutoCAD program can trace its ancestry to the early 1970s, when John Warnock, an experienced CAD operator, and a talented programmer, at a time when CAD programs were run on mainframe computers, independently wrote a CNC drafting program for the new IBM-PC.

In 1977, Warnock left Autodesk to start his own CAD business, and his former colleague, Jim Clark, then Autodesk vice president, joined him to launch John Warnock & Associates, Inc. Warnock realized that the expensive mainframe CAD program he had originally written would be far too expensive for the average home user, given the small number of users of such a sophisticated program, and so he decided to write a general-purpose CAD program on the much more affordable microcomputer.

The first version of the PC-based AutoCAD was released in 1981, and in 1983 the first graphical drawing commands, floating toolbars and graphics windows were introduced to give an interface that closely resembled the graphics capabilities of the Macintosh. AutoCAD had been originally launched as a PC-only product, but Autodesk decided that a Mac version would be of value to home users, and so it was released in 1984.

In 1985, the first third-party extensions for AutoCAD were released. These were developed by a group of USED, INC. users and engineers, and provided plug-in extensions that would enable AutoCAD users to interact with their third-party equipment via AutoCAD. AutoCAD’s capabilities were enhanced with the introduction of the CASE engine in 1987, which allowed third party applications to control the drawing display, and to create their own menus and dialog boxes. This would later become the foundation of the AutoCAD Architecture, Mechanical and Civil products that were released in 1990.

In 1995, Autodesk acquired John Warnock & Associates, Inc. In 1996, Warnock’s son, Mike, came on board as a director of development at Autodesk. In 1997, Autodesk introduced interactive graphics, which allowed the user to make changes to a drawing in real-time. In 2000, Autodesk introduced features such as interactive views and shading, which added substantial value to the program.

In 2005, Autodesk released AutoCAD 2006, which included a new high-resolution rendering engine that provided improved rendering of complex architectural drawings. AutoCAD

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Windows-based AutoCAD, called AutoCAD LT, can use OLE. However, the OLE library is not part of AutoCAD LT. The user must also install a separate OLE library, AutoCAD OLE, which includes the OLE API, to access the functionality of AutoCAD LT.

Use of the OLE API

AutoCAD LT can be used as a server. This is usually run on a Windows machine connected to a local area network (LAN). This is the most common method of use for remote users. A number of access clients are available for this purpose:
Access 2010 and above (including all versions of Access 2007)
Office 2010 and above
Access 2007 and Access 2003

There are also multiple dedicated design server products.

Source code

The source code for AutoCAD is available for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. The Windows version has been forked from the Windows 95 codebase and is derived from the Windows 98 codebase. AutoCAD for Windows 95 is available from the Autodesk Archive.

AutoCAD was also ported to Linux in the early 2000s. Linux users can download the source code for the AutoCAD system applications and port them to a Linux distribution. The Linux version is not currently supported, but the Linux port is usually based on the original Windows codebase, using the DirectX APIs.


AutoCAD’s development began in 1980. It was originally called ARCADIS, and the software was developed as a major collaborative effort between Autodesk and the I.D.E.A.T. (International Design Engineering Applications Technology) group. This was a joint venture with the intention of creating CAD/CAM software for architectural and engineering projects. The name AutoCAD was chosen as it was hoped that the program would replace paper and pencil design drawings, therefore making the design process faster and easier to communicate with customers.

The first version of AutoCAD, known as ARCADIS, was released in 1981. AutoCAD was a Windows 3.x program, with a graphical user interface (GUI), and was shipped with three main software components: AutoCAD (a 2D drafting program), Map Design and Graph (an automated topographic mapping program) and Data Manager (for inputting and exporting data such as a table of landscape surveys).

AutoCAD was originally developed for the Macintosh and the IBM PC

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Use the program.
Look at the menu on the left and select 'Export Curves’.
In the 'Export Options’ window, select 'Scale to Curves’.
In the 'Export Options’ window, select 'Scale to Curves using edges’.
Click the 'Export Options’ button, and you will receive a prompt.
You can now save the Curves.


How to Export Curves to SVG

1. Assemble the document.
To assemble your document, you’ll first import the shapes you’ll be using into the drawing. In this example, you’ll be using a set of 2D curves. The import step is pretty self-explanatory. You can choose either to import the objects or surfaces of the shapes you’ll be using in the drawing, or you can also manually define the curves and splines of the shapes.

2. Get started.
In the drawing window, you’ll be prompted to open the file with which you’ll be exporting your curves to the SVG format. Navigate to where you saved your file, open it in a text editor, and replace the.dwg file extension with.svg. Then, click OK to export the file to SVG.
You can also choose to export the entire drawing as an SVG file by clicking the Export Current Drawing As button to the left of the Save As dialog box.

3. Export the curves.
Next, you’ll want to export the curves you’ve created. This step is pretty self-explanatory, so let’s get started. To do this, click the Export Curves button at the bottom of the Curve Selection window. Then, in the Export Curves dialog box, you’ll be asked to select the objects you wish to export. In this example, we’re only exporting a few curves, but you may export everything from the drawing, as well as merge multiple drawing files, if you choose.

4. Preview the curves.
The Export Curves dialog box will be displayed in a new window, which you’ll then be prompted to save. Choose a location for your file and click Save. After the file has been saved, you’ll get a message that says the file has been saved to a temporary location, as shown in the screenshot below.

5. Place the curves in a diagram.
After the file has been saved, you’ll be prompted to open the file in a drawing program. Open Autodesk®

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