Design, Visualize, Document, Share
Design, visualize, and document your ideas clearly and efficiently with AutoCAD® software. From conceptual design through drafting and detailing, AutoCAD 2007 enables you to explore ideas like never before. Create, edit, and develop design alternatives using realistic solids and surfaces in an updated design environment. Communicate your ideas with powerful sketch, shadow, and rendering tools, including intuitive walk-through animations. Then turn your concepts into a set of documents with the new section and flatten functionality. It’s all here, whether you’re creating, exploring, managing, or communicating, AutoCAD keeps you on time, on budget, and on track.
Realize your ideas with efficiency and clarity, from conceptual design through drafting and detailing. Whether you’re creating solids and surfaces, studying the effects of lighting on your design, exploring design alternatives with walk-through animations, or producing an entire sheet set, AutoCAD® 2007 software has the tools to make it happen quickly and accurately.
Autodesk provides a complete set of tools to help designers clearly convey their design vision to clients and then quickly and accurately document those visions so that projects are completed on time and within budget. AutoCAD® 2005 built on the dramatic productivity gains of AutoCAD® 2004 software by adding tools that help designers efficiently manage sets of drawings. AutoCAD® 2006 enabled designers to work even faster and smarter on a wide range of day-to-day tasks with powerful new drafting features such as Dynamic Blocks and Dynamic Input.
Now, AutoCAD 2007 focuses on improving designers’ ability to create, navigate, and edit a conceptual design, clearly present the design to a nontechnical audience, and then easily document the design using all the powerful AutoCAD drafting tools. AutoCAD 2007 provides a huge productivity boost to users who currently do conceptual design in AutoCAD and to users who would like to do so. The common set of underlying technology “engines” and enhanced interface tools mean interoperability and cross-training between AutoCAD and Autodesk® products such as Autodesk® Revit® Building and Autodesk Inventor® software applications has never been better.
AutoCAD 2007 Video "Downtown Boston"
Camtasia created ad-hoc video from Eric Stover an AutoCAD product Manager showing AutoCAD 2007 and some of its new features. This video is 4 minutes and shows a new commercial high rise being conceptualized using Massing/Modeling, Visual Styles, Sun Study, and Animation all new to the upcoming release of AutoCAD 2007.
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AutoCAD 2007 is Coming by Shaan Hurley
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Heidi Hewett on AutoCAD 2007
Sara Ferris and Cadalyst Magazine on AutoCAD 2007
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Jimmy Bergmark on the new DWG format and Trusted DWG
Matt Dillon on ADT 2007
Beth Powell on AutoCAD and ADT 2007
Scott Sheppard on the new DWF Attach
Terry Dotson on AutoCAD 2007
Angel on Civil 3D 2007
Scott on Civil 3D 2007
Italian article on AutoCAD 2007 from Aniello Annunziata 03/02/2006
Mark Douglas on AutoCAD 2007 03/02/2006
Lynn Allen on AutoCAD 2007 03/02/2006
Mike Perry of AUGI (may require registration) 03/02/2006
Chris Yanchar on ADT 2007 03/02/2006
Robin Capper on ADT 2007 03/02/2006
Taylor Tech 03/02/2006
James Wedding on Civil 3D 2007 03/02/2006
BLAUGI on Civil 3D 03/02/2006
JD Mather's AutoCAD 2007 Tutorials (drafts) 03/02/2006
Mark Kiker on DWF and AutoCAD 2007 03/02/2006
Melanie Stone on AutoCAD 2007 03/02/2006
Ralph Grabowski on Autodesk Manufacturing and Autodesk Inventor 11
Assis Haubert on AutoCAD 2007 in Brazilian portuguese
AutoCAD 2007 or, The Path from 2D to 3D by Susan Smith