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Automatic Connector Simplification:Simplify your connectors with AutoCAD's new automatic connector simplification tool. Simply select the line type, and the connector simplification tool will automatically simplify the selected line type for you. (video: 0:53 min.)Additional Line Type Support:You can now choose from three additional line types: Outline (line), no line (an arc, circle, polyline or path), and unconnected (a spline). (video: 0:44 min.)New Boundary Options:Suppose you've created a drawing with a 3D model with a boundary mesh, but you only want to specify that part of the model that should be visible. You can now use boundary.hide to hide the boundary mesh for any set of segments in the model, regardless of the visible or hidden state of the boundary mesh. The boundary.hide command also lets you determine how the model appears to be connected. (video: 1:22 min.)Automatic Formatting:Make your workgroup’s format work for you: Use AutoCAD’s new format preference settings to automatically change your settings to match the preferences of your company. Create your own preferred format for your workgroup, and apply that setting when opening drawings created by your company. (video: 1:04 min.)Text Distort:Extend the text function by enabling AutoCAD to apply a transformation to the font, such as rotation, skewing, and scaling, in addition to the non-rotating transformations. (video: 0:46 min.)New Multilevel and Multiframe Drawing Functions:Use the new multi-frame feature to connect multiple open drawings and switch between them. The multi-frame feature allows you to connect drawings in a single drawing, as well as to have multiple, completely independent views of the same drawing. (video: 1:06 min.)New Paragraphs and Sections:Paragraphs let you create named sections in your drawings. A paragraph looks like a section, but it doesn't automatically appear. Create paragraphs by choosing Insert > Paragraph. (video: 0:54 min.)Enhanced Line Clipping:The Line Clipping feature enables you to clip lines. This feature uses two methods to define the area of a drawing that is displayed, one method based on objects and the other method based on rendering. 2be273e24d

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