AUGI member, volunteer, and the AUGI AutoCAD Wish List Manager Brenda Richardson wrote a nice article in the latest AUGI HotNews about the AutoCAD Wish List and how it works. Brenda also also mentions that the June 2007 AutoCAD Wish List voting has began, so get in there and vote! Also if you are interested in volunteering your AutoCAD experience to assist Brenda please contact her.
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We here in the AutoCAD Team greatly appreciated AUGI members and the efforts and resources they provide our product users. We also would like to give a huge thank you to the hard working volunteers who work on fellow product users behalf to improve the products and educate others. There are so many that make AUGI what it is that it would be hard to mention all of them without missing some or making this a 20 page post but I would like to highlight Brenda for her work on the AutoCAD Wish List and the CADgeek duo of Mike and Melanie Perry for dedicating most of their free time to AutoCAD users.
More great articles and columns from the AUGI HotNews June 2007:
- AUGI Launches Brazil Country Chapter The Brazil Country Chapter was successfully launched June 1st. Our friends to the south will enjoy these AUGI offerings—AUGI Forums in Brazilian Portuguese and in English; AUGIWorld magzine, Brazil edition; AUGI HotNews, available for download; and lots more. Some pleasing initial statistics: 130+ visitors to the Brazil Chapter's website became 130+ new AUGI members before they left the website. In this article, AUGI HotNews asks Herbert Ortiz, AUGI Brazil chapter coordinator, about the benefits for Brazilian AUGI members.
- AutoCAD Wish List - June Voting Begins It's time for the second leg of the tri-annual AutoCAD Wish List voting cycle. Be prepared to read the posted wishes for AutoCAD improvements and to vote for your 10 favorites. Ready? Set? Click!
- Inventor Wish List - June Voting Begins For the entire month of June, AUGI members can read the wishes posted by their peers for improvements to Autodesk Inventor and then to vote for their top 10. Click here to learn more about the Inventor Wish List.
- Revit 9.1: Getting Started Eric Wing takes you on another trip through Autodesk Revit 9.1. This month, how Revit handles line weights.
- Exploring CAFM: Managing FM, Part 2 When the topic is file sharing, the magic word is CONTROL. Author Jose Rios tells you why.
- Intro to Stress Analysis, Part 3 This month, Sunith Babu shows how to solve problems related to Modal Analysis with Autodesk Inventor 11.0 – Stress Analysis.
- Why Finance Software Acquisitions? Part 1 Know you need to upgrade to new releases but can't find the funds? Here are some tips for smart financing.
- Sponsor Spotlight: Green, from the Drawing Board If your goal is to be a good global citizen, read this article to find out how HP can help.
- Autodesk University 2007: Save the Date! It's never too early to plan for AU. Early registration is right around the corner.
- TIPniques: Using Referenced Files Guest Columnist Melanie Perry explores new referenced files in AutoCAD 2008.
- The Creative Inventor: Area Loft Columnist Dennis Jeffrey investigates Area Loft, a new addition to the loft feature in Autodesk Inventor® 2008.
- The Civil Side: First Look at AutoCAD Civil 3D 2008 Melanie Santer, Civil Side columnist and winner of Autodesk's "Americas Instructor of the Year" for 2006, introduces some standout features in the newest version of AutoCAD Civil 3D software.
- Standardizing the CAD Software Market What if all CAD software were developed using the same standard? Author Mark Kiker ponders the notion.
- AutoCAD Electrical: Installation & Location Codes Renata Pfeifer examines AutoCAD Electrical. This month: installation and location codes used for selections in components.