Introducing AutoCAD 2017: What's new? | AutoCAD


Michael Mizuno, Autodesk Senior Product Manager, introduces AutoCAD 2017 – the world’s leading design and drafting software! Enjoy the powerful tools and improved performance to simplify and personalize your AutoCAD 2017 experience. Check out the AutoCAD Desktop App with enhanced stability of 2D and 3D graphics as well as new share design views. For more information visit:

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  1. When will you produce an application that will produce real women in 3d printers? I wanna print my favourite porn stars.

  2. I'm skilled with more than 20 years of experience and I find your software very stressful. I wish Google release a 2D program of their own that is as user friendly as Sketch Up so we can finally get rid of your pricey garbage.

  3. Why is that every time I click an object it glows? It's painful to the eyes of a long time user like me who has endured plenty of stress using your software! What's with all that useless hype and why is has to be that way? What's the big idea? Is your inspiration on this version the film Battle Star Galactica?

  4. Oh Awesome that we can import PDF's now. We had to get a separate program for that and it was a pricey sucker. Architects are so stingy with their files, so being able to convert the PDF's will save tons of time to recreate details so we can make better drawings for those architects.

  5. It's nice to have the import from PDF to DWG. The only issue I'm having with AutoCAD 2017 now is that the auto-hide taskbar doesn'tappear when AutoCAD is on the screen. For now I just made the windows taskbar always visable.

  6. Michael – I am new to AutoCAD and I was playing around and converted an object to a Block and I cannot edit now without using the block editor.  How can I convert this block back to a object I can edit outside of the block editor?

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  8. i have download autodesk autocad 2017
    can u please tell me is this as same as autodesk autocad mechanical or i have to download it ??

  9. I'm owner about 100 licenses, i want to know when AUTOCAD will work as fast as paint in windows? I have a good pc, and it realy work not fast as i want.

  10. "Professional engineers" want to communicate with the best workflow, PDF are "portable document files". The are not build to import into a engineering environment.

  11. I wish autocad will allow a "base-point copy" when "editing block in place" and allow UCS easy manipulation when in block editor mode and allow "Align" command when in block editor as well. I wonder why there's a limitation when in block editor and block editing in place. it's annoying. btw, thanks autocad for your innovation.

  12. THANKFUL AutoCAD!!!


  13. The PDF Import is a genuinely great new feature. Any chance you can get rid of the awful Ribbon interface for the 2018 version and replace it with something more professional?


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