You might want to look into this program.
I don't use LT, only the full versions of AutoCAD Architecture and
Revit. But, this looks like it might do what you want.
Unless of course you are looking for something free. Then good luck.
On Apr 12, 12:23 pm, email@example.com wrote:
Rather than spend that kind of money on an AutoCAD LT add on, where
you still dont have the capabilities of AutoLISP, VBA, raster image
insertion and conversion, 10,000 blocks, advanced rendering, etc.,
dump AutoCAD LT in favor of progeCAD 2008 Professional in combination
with progeARCH. progeCAD uses AutoCAD DWG files, supporting versions
2.5 through 2009, and has a command set about the same as AutoCAD.
Includes 3D surfaces and solid modeling, and is compatible with most
of the file types of AutoCAD including linetypes, hatch patterns,
menus, etc. Input and output to PDF. Just a whole slew of features
that make it miles ahead of AutoCAD LT. And the clincher, it costs
about 1/3rd the price of AutoCAD LT and 1/10th the price of AutoCAD.
You could get progeARCH, a 2D architectural design package, and
progeCAD 2008 Professional for less than the cost of the software
mentioned previously just to do architecture in AutoCAD LT.
iCADsales.com has a 30 day full trial version available on their
website for free download. http://www.icadsales.com/index.pl?id=3909
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