AutoSketch


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AutoSketch

A drawing program from Autodesk that runs under Windows and accepts AutoCAD file formats. Notably, it can create 3D perspectives from 2D drawings. In 2004, Version 9 of the software was released to appeal to general consumers, do-it-yourselfers and small business owners in precision drawing fields such as architectural design, landscape design and technical illustrating. Enhancements included new symbol libraries and added support for multiple lineweights used in high-quality graphics. See AutoCAD.
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