AutoCAD LT General Discussion

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*Beaulieu, Michel
Post 1 of 4

List of 2d drafting Commands

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01-15-2001 02:23 AM
I'm trying to find the difference between AutoCAD
(full) and AutoCAD LT. I only need the differences as far as

2d Drafting. I don't care about the 3d, dbase,
lisp, VBA or other.

 

I have checked the AutoDesk web site, but the info
is very general, not specific.

 

Thanks


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Michel
Beaulieu
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Registered: ‎02-08-2001
Post 2 of 4

Re: List of 2d drafting Commands

01-15-2001 09:40 AM in reply to: *Beaulieu, Michel
Mr. B.

I use to use AutoCad full version rel. 13, the only difference that I see with regards to 2d is that with acad lt, the program does not support lisp programs. Hope this helps you.
*Saadallah, Dean
Post 3 of 4

Re: List of 2d drafting Commands

01-16-2001 02:37 AM in reply to: *Beaulieu, Michel
Most of the 2d DRAFTING commands are there in LT, except for
CAL, XREFCLIP, IMAGE (the insertion options missing), ALIGN, MLINE, and no
Express Tools.

 

Why not order the free 30-day trial CDs for both, load them
side by side, and test drive?
href="http://www.autodesk.com/products">www.autodesk.com/products
is a good
starting point.

 


 

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I'm trying to find the difference between AutoCAD
(full) and AutoCAD LT. I only need the differences as far as

2d Drafting. I don't care about the 3d, dbase,
lisp, VBA or other.

 

I have checked the AutoDesk web site, but the
info is very general, not specific.

 

Thanks


--
Michel
Beaulieu
*Klasson, Conny
Post 4 of 4

Re: List of 2d drafting Commands

01-16-2001 05:40 PM in reply to: *Beaulieu, Michel
One major difference in the 2D drafting is
the Object tracking feature and Osnap "Extended".

Conny

Michel Beaulieu wrote:
>
> I'm trying to find the difference between AutoCAD (full) and AutoCAD
> LT. I only need the differences as far as
> 2d Drafting. I don't care about the 3d, dbase, lisp, VBA or other.
>
> I have checked the AutoDesk web site, but the info is very general,
> not specific.
>
> Thanks
>
> --
> Michel Beaulieu
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