Architectural program for AutoCAD LT 2007

Real Architect 2007 Press Release
Real Architect is now available for AutoCAD LT2000 through LT2007. Real
Architect is a complete 2D architectural drafting program that that adds-on
to standard AutoCAD LT menu. It retails for $199.00. Upgrades from previous
versions are $79.00. Real Architect is easy to learn, yet powerful enough to
produce full sets of working residential or light commercial plans with
AutoCAD LT. The program cuts down drafting time very significantly using
standard AutoCAD entities when creating drawings. Thus all drawings are
native AutoCAD .dwg files so interchange with sub-contractors is hassle
The program creates parametric walls, windows, doors, roofs and stairs. The
unique elevation module allows you to draw elevations as well as sections in
a fraction of the time it takes manually. The program also includes a
complete kitchen and bath cabinetry module for creating your interior
elevations. Large libraries of appliances, fixtures, electrical and site
symbols, as well as foundation and wall/roof details are also included.
Layer controls and other utilities that are similar to AutoCAD Express Tools
are included as well. Site plan layout tools help you automatically draw
boundary lines and labels. Real Architect was created to draw professional
building plans with AutoCAD LT in a fraction of the time it takes to draw
the same set of plans using just plain AutoCAD LT. One of the new features
are drawing templates for 8.5"x11", 11"x17" and 24"x36" sheets that each
contains a number of layouts. The borders for these templates are
customizable and the layouts within the borders can be modified or added as
necessary. All viewports within the viewports are scaled and can also be
changes as needed.
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