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AutoCAD is supported and maintained by the AutoCAD Architecture Team. Their jobs are to design the tools that help AutoCAD users create, modify and share models, drawings and other project information.
Since 2013, the AutoCAD Architecture Team is also responsible for the AutoCAD-related technical specifications known as AutoCAD Architecture Standards (AAS), which are also actively maintained by the team. The latest AutoCAD Architecture Standard is AutoCAD Architecture ST 2016, released in May 2016.
What is AutoCAD Architecture Team?
The AutoCAD Architecture Team is a special division of Autodesk’s corporate organization that builds, maintains, and promotes the AutoCAD® Architecture standard.
In addition to supporting and promoting the AutoCAD Architecture standard, the AutoCAD Architecture Team:
Offers technical assistance to AutoCAD customers to help them master and use the Standard.
Administers the AutoCAD Architecture Standard that defines and specifies the standards for CAD capabilities, including the DWG and DXF standards, and related interfaces.
Covers the majority of AutoCAD-related code changes that happen within Autodesk, including bug fixes and enhancement upgrades.
Provides support to Autodesk products.
The AutoCAD Architecture Team is located at Autodesk Corporate headquarters in San Rafael, California. The team consists of approximately 60 employees. The team’s area of responsibility includes development of the AutoCAD Architecture standard.
How can I get help with AutoCAD Architecture Team?
You can contact the AutoCAD Architecture Team by following the online user guide to report a bug or feature request, as well as share comments, ideas, and suggestions.
You can also directly email the Autodesk Architecture Team.
You can contact the Autodesk Architecture Team by email, phone, or online chat.
Phone, email, and online chat support is available Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
Chat support is available at:
Using the Contact Us page, you can email, phone, and chat with the Autodesk Architecture Team.
AutoCAD 2017 21.0
Language and technology
AutoCAD supports a variety of programming languages, but its main language is ObjectARX (C++) and its primary development environment is Visual Studio (formerly Microsoft Visual Studio 6).
In addition, AutoCAD uses a hierarchy of classes and objects that resembles and overlaps that of Java’s. A constructor of a class calls another constructor of the superclass, which is itself a subclass of the superclass. This inheritance tree allows complex designs to be modularized into manageable code pieces.
AutoCAD’s programming environment is extensive, with more than 500 objects built into the standard edition of AutoCAD or the Add-ons Pack. Among these are a powerful record and display system that allows users to create customized reports and display information in real-time, control drawing commands, and many others.
AutoCAD Architecture does not support programming in an XML environment.
AutoCAD supports over 1,400 third-party add-ons, which are designed for specialized uses or for extending AutoCAD’s capabilities. Some of the more well known add-ons are:
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What’s New in the?
– Follow the conversation thread: Send automated feedback to drawings by sharing links to the original file or comments on them directly.
– Track changes: Easily navigate through your changes and keep notes using the comments (line comment) and notes fields in the XML metadata.
– Quick Feedback: Quickly make modifications to a drawing as you review it or correct it. Change the page or comment in the feedback page without the need for an additional drawing.
– Reuse the text and comments from previous versions to save time and improve the quality of your feedback.
– Track changes to drawings and automatically check off a task when completed.
– Use the checklist as a checklist or as a validation list.
– Choose the type of checklist: Multi-value (block) or single-value (check) to manage your checklist easily and quickly.
– Create/edit your checklist with the most common choices or quickly change from one type to another.
– Customize your checklist with a timer and color choices.
– If a drawing task is missing, you can add a checklist block to the drawing.
– Share a drawing with people who are not in your project: create a shared drawing that people can view and comment on, without having to share their logins.
– Easily and quickly make changes to a drawing without requiring the original author. Edit the original drawing from within the shared drawing.
– With the approval of the original author, you can view and comment on the changes to the original drawing.
– Customize your drawing transparency options and comment and interact with other people on drawing changes.
Built-in Reporting Tools:
– The Report Tool and Report pane let you create and send reports based on your drawing data quickly and easily.
– More detailed reporting tools let you send complex reports or create charts to present your work effectively.
– The Report pane lets you choose the data to report on: from the drawing and imported files, to the annotations.
– Send and comment on your reports: Get real-time feedback and comments from your teammates or clients on reports you’ve made.
– Request changes to your own report: Make changes to your
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
OS: Windows 8 or later
Processor: Intel Core i5-4590 or AMD Phenom II X4 940 or AMD FX-8800 or better
RAM: 8GB or 12GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
Disk space: 1.5GB or 2GB RAM
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 or AMD Ryzen 5 1400 or better
RAM: 16GB RAM