AutoCAD 2023 24.2 (Final 2022)

The following AutoCAD overview describes how to create 2D and 3D drawings. It also covers different aspects of AutoCAD such as drawing, blocks, layers, grid, sectioning planes, cameras, and more.

AutoCAD Overview

An AutoCAD drawing consists of layers and components. Layers, which you can access through the Layers pull-down menu on the main ribbon toolbar, add, hide, or rearrange drawings. Components, which are used for drawing geometric shapes and text, can be added to layers or printed as individual drawings.

In order to start drawing, choose either Draw or Insert. When you use Draw, your cursor appears at the center of the screen. You can type instructions and parameters for each line segment or arc.

If you choose to use the Insert menu and select one of the following from the Type menu, your cursor appears at the center of the screen:

Polyline. Opens a dialog where you can draw multiple line segments or arcs.

Arc. Opens a dialog where you can draw a single arc.

Block. Opens a dialog where you can draw a block or a template.

Rectangle. Opens a dialog where you can draw a rectangle.

Text. Opens a dialog where you can enter text.

Slice. Opens a dialog where you can place a section of your drawing.

Spline. Opens a dialog where you can draw a continuous curve.

Alignment. Opens a dialog where you can specify horizontal and vertical alignment of the cursor when you draw a line segment or arc.

Motion. Opens a dialog where you can draw a line segment or arc while moving the cursor.

Arc3. Opens a dialog where you can draw a single arc with 3 points.

Hatch. Opens a dialog where you can draw a series of dots or squares.

The Command Line and the Tool Palette

The command line is a keyboard shortcut menu that appears in front of your cursor when you hold down the CTRL key while typing a command. It provides several commands for controlling drawing operations.

The Tool Palette, which you access from the menu View→Tool Palette, lists the menus and commands available in AutoCAD. This chapter describes how to use the following commands:







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Autocad supports raster image formats:
AutoCAD supports Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC), which allows users to write or read data from a DBMS directly from AutoCAD.

A graphics engine is built-in, and an.agf or.vpl file can be created for import of paper drawings.

The legacy version of AutoCAD was initially available on mainframes. It is also available as a virtual machine on Windows and Linux, and a.diz file can be exported to Windows and Linux on the Windows and Linux operating systems.

AutoCAD supports a hierarchical design. Users may work on the entire design. They may then divide the design into separate phases, levels, or sections, or create a new object called a “group”.

Each object, in turn, may contain subgroups. When an object is “open”, the group that was active when the object was created remains active, and new groups can be added or an existing group can be closed. When the designer uses the object, the active group will be the current group unless it is closed and then the object is opened in its parent group. This process is repeated for the subgroups.

User tools

AutoCAD includes a large number of commands that are available on the user interface. These include commands for visualization, block-making, pipe-and-drain operations, textual editing, coordinate editing, and others. These operations are usually chained together in a workflow and are often tied to a certain tool or type of operation. Commands for this are referred to as toolbars. There are two types of toolbars: default toolbars and custom toolbars.

One of the most frequently used commands is the select command which allows the user to select objects in a drawing by clicking and dragging over a particular object, and to move them with the arrow keys. The select command’s options determine whether the selection automatically selects surrounding objects and groups the selection. The command is part of the default toolbar and usually appears at the top left of the screen. It can also be activated by using the keys Ctrl+A or Select All. The select command can be called by typing (Select) followed by a letter designating the selection mode. If no object is selected, the command does not have any effect.

The command can also perform a number of functions:

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Open the file autocadx.cfg and edit the following
data: settings/config/settings/configuration/importExport/editor/importExport/importExport


Do the following steps as listed here

1. Copy Settings.cfg
2. Paste Settings.cfg in the same folder as your editor.cfg.
3. Rename your editor.cfg as settings.cfg.
4. Edit settings.cfg.
Remove following line

“name” : “Your default name”,
“auto_save” : “Auto save”,
“auto_save_show_alert” : “Show an alert when Auto save happens”,
“show_in_menu” : “Show in menu”,
“selected_items” : “Selected items”,
“sel_item_prompt” : “Press to select an item:”,
“startup_file” : “Startup file”,
“startup_file_prompt” : “Your startup file”,
“log_path” : “Log path”,
“log_path_prompt” : “Log path”,
“error_log_path” : “Log path”,
“error_log_path_prompt” : “Log path”,

What’s New In AutoCAD?

Markup Assist:

Easily markup imported images, diagrams and illustrations for full editing. (video: 4:55 min.)

Import and Export Revit

To import 2D CAD data from the 2D module of Revit, as well as to create a Revit drawing from AutoCAD, you will need the Autodesk Revit add-in and a shared folder that Revit knows about. AutoCAD does not require an add-in. You can also read more about that process here.

Markup Tools

Add quick text to your drawing without creating complex groups. Easily edit text properties on imported images, diagrams and illustrations. Add borders and arrows to images and drawings easily. Create illustrations using imported illustrations or sketch (line art). Easily create and edit 3D models directly from the 2D workspace in AutoCAD.


Import.DWG,.DWF,.DWF/DWZ,.RVT,.RVD,.OBJ,.DAE,.ASE and.MPE file formats into the 2D workspace.

Create.OBJ,.DAE, and.ASE file formats from the 2D workspace.

Schedule automatic export to.DWG,.DWF,.RVT and.RVD file formats.

Convert a Revit drawing into a.DAE file format and vice versa.

Generate images for Quick Parts and construct parametric components.

Create linked Revit 2D objects.

Sync 3D data between AutoCAD and Revit.

Share drawings and properties between a Revit project and the 2D workspace.

Import designs and concepts into the Revit model.

Manage text style settings and more.

Apply fine-tuned camera positioning to support a Revit-based camera system.

Export.dwg and.dwf files.

View and edit all Revit data in 2D CAD format.

3D Modeling

Import and export 3D solid objects from the 3D modeling module in AutoCAD.

Import and export 3D solids from Revit.

Import and export BIM data from Revit.

Import and export.DAE,.DWG and.dwg file formats from Revit.

Add components to the 3D workspace and see their

System Requirements For AutoCAD:

OS: Windows 7/8
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2400 @ 2.8GHz / AMD(R) Phenom(R) II X4 945 @ 3.0GHz
Memory: 6GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (1GB) / AMD Radeon HD 7850 (2GB)
Hard Drive: 17 GB available space
Software: Microsoft Visual Studio 2013, Oculus Runtime SDK
Web Browser: Internet Explorer 10+ (Windows 8.1

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