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Autodesk, Inc. , has announced the release of AutoCAD 2010 software, one of the world's leading design and documentation platforms. Autodesk also announced the 2010 AutoCAD family of discipline-specific software and AutoCAD LT 2010 software for professional drafting and detailing. The latest release of AutoCAD introduces groundbreaking new capabilities to help users tackle their most challenging design problems, including free-form design tools, parametric drawing and enhanced PDF support, a top request from Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) members.

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     AutoCAD LT 2010: Introduction
Introduction to the new features in AutoCAD LT 2010
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: Parametric Drawing
See how AutoCAD LT 2010 works with constraints created in AutoCAD 2010.
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: External Reference Tools
New and new-to-LT external reference tools in AutoCAD LT 2010.
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: The Application Menu
The Application Menu (formerly known as the Menu Browser) in AutoCAD LT 2010
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: Synchronize Attributes
Synchronize Attributes
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: The Quick Access Toolbar
Improvements to the Quick Access toolbar in AutoCAD LT 2010
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: Drafting Improvements
Lots of "little" tools have been added to AutoCAD LT 2010 which, although not earth-shattering, will make your everyday drafting tasks just that much easier.
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: PDF Improvements
AutoCAD LT 2010 has improved PDF output and the ability to use a PDF as an underlay.
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: Annotation Improvements
Several annotation tools have been updated in AutoCAD LT 2010.
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: Block Tools
New dynamic block and block attribute tools in AutoCAD LT 2010
     AutoCAD LT 2010 Demo: The Ribbon
The improved ribbon in AutoCAD LT 2010
     AutoCAD 2010 - First Look at Parametric Constraints
New to AutoCAD 2010 Parametric Constraints allow you to make AutoCAD objects preserve geometric and dimensional relationships.
     AutoCAD 2010 - Contextual Ribbon Tabs
The introduction of Contextual Ribbon
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: PDF Output
PDF Output
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: Solid Modeling
Solid Modeling
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: 3D Printing
3D Printing
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: Mesh Modeling
Mesh Modeling
     AutoCAD 2010: More Tools
More Tools
     AutoCAD 2010: 3D Mesh Modeling feature overview
3D Mesh Modeling feature overview
     AutoCAD 2010: Dimensional Constraints overview
Dimensional Constraints overview
     AutoCAD 2010: Geometric Constraints overview
Geometric Constraints overview
     AutoCAD 2010: PDF Underlay feature overview
PDF Underlay feature overview
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: Block Tables
Block Tables
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: Block Constraints
Block Constraints
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: Dimensional Constraints
Dimensional Constraints
     AutoCAD 2010 Demo: Geometric Constraints
Demo: Geometric Constraints AutoCAD 2010 Tutorials
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