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« AutoCAD 2007 Stuff - Part 2 | Main | CTB vs STB »

November 17, 2006

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joliver

Nice summary of the AutoCAD history, Art! Although, admittedly I only go back as far as Release 12 (dating my young self??)
In my experience, Release 15 (AutoCAD 2000) was probably the single exception to the "odd number release" rule (if i may call it a rule). The layout tabs, MDI, and VB support alone were worth the upgrade. Having the VBA is handy. It's a nice quick and powerful alternative to LISP.
I'm up to the latest Release (21 or 2007) and, in my opinion, it lives up to the "odd number release "rule. If someone has not upgraded yet, I'd say spend the extra money and upgrade to 2008 later.

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