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Autodesk launches interactive website for AutoCAD users


April 16, 2009
By Alyssa Dalton


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SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – Autodesk, Inc., a provider of 2-D and 3-D design software, has launched the AutoCAD Exchange, an online destination for AutoCAD users to connect and learn from experts, provide feedback to the product developers, and access professional tools that can help them do their jobs better.

The online community includes eLearning tools and aggregated CAD
information from web-based resources. Visitors can also create profiles
to personalize their experience and share their own tips, scripts and
applications, projects and experiences with the global community of
AutoCAD users. The site also includes a daily blog feed and online help
for AutoCAD 2010.

"With millions of AutoCAD enthusiasts around the world, we wanted to
harness the power of sharing information in one, centralized location,"
said Guri Stark, vice-president, AutoCAD and Platform Products.
"AutoCAD Exchange provides designers and drafters with the ability to
quickly connect with one another, learn from each other, and access
educational tools to do their jobs more effectively."
To view the site, visit http://autocad.autodesk.com.