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    Lightbulb AutoCAD newbie

    I am currently taking an AutoCAD class and my instructor has assigned me in asking this site and information on the history of AutoCAD and if there is any future plans within the AutoCAD area.

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    Default Re: AutoCAD newbie

    Welcome to AUGI!
    Not sure what you want to know but similar questions have been posted here and here.

    There used to be a nice History of AutoCAD page here in AUGI... but it seems to be lost in the cyberwebz
    Hope this helps
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    Default Re: AutoCAD newbie

    Hi. Welcome to AUGI.

    FYI, this and future posts would be better in the AutoCAD forum as "Freestyle" is a separate product.

    autocad release history
    John B

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