AutoCAD 2017 is now available. Let’s take a look.
Here’s the new migration interface where you can select to Migrate Custom Settings.
When starting I get to select license type to be used. Either enter a Serial Number or use a Network License.
If you later on want to change license type it’s easy to do and no registry hack is needed.
Here’s the new AutoCAD 2017. Most things looks familiar compared to AutoCAD 2016.
Associative Center Marks and Centerlines are a nice addition.
With the grips change them easily.
Want to import PDF files into AutoCAD. Use the PDFIMPORT command.
Share design using the ONLINEDESIGNSHARE command.
And see it in Autodesk A360 like this sample.
For more about what’s new and updated in AutoCAD 2017 see our AutoCAD 2017 page.