So after waiting a year for it to come, it is finally here. AutoCAD 2010 has a few new things to it this year and I just wanted to give a quick run down of some of the new features.
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One of the things I particularly love about building, is not just the actual build itself and putting the structure up etc, but rather, looking at the fundamentals and how a particular structure becomes to be the 'great building' that it actually is. This all of course starts from the planning stage and the actual plans or drawings themselves.