I have to go from Autodesk Architectural Desktop 3.3 (Autocad 2002
engine), what my previous firm was using (and is still using,) to
Autocad 2006 (and eventually but not immediately 2007).
I don't need to know basic new features, I can look them up myself.
However if there is anything major/important I need to know that was
new in 2004 that I won't see in the Autocad 2006 books, then perhaps
tell me if you think it's worth mentioning.
Anyway, back to the question at hand: Materials are gone (the seperate
install for what was almost exclusively structural materials - and it
was part of ADT if I remember correctly, and if I also remember
correctly it was gone in ADT for 2004/2006. Also missing are break
marks and a few other annotation objects from ADT's Annotation that
were lost in getting the standard Autocad instead - but again if I
remember correctly they were gone too, all for this "palette" system
that has nothing in it, not even close.
So, if anyone can help me with this migration and getting the
equivalent features in Autocad 2006 (even if I have to make them
myself), let me know, please.
It would be *very* helpful, and I thank you in advance.
(P.S. - I was happy to see an old school command still remains - _track
(only works after starting draw/modify command) - and I think it's ease
of use and speed beats object tracking (standard) by a long shot. I am
amazed express tools haven't been built-in yet, however.)
16 years ago