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History Edit

Origin Edit

AutoCAD’s origins date back to an integrated, architectural design program written in the early 1970s. That original product, known as Draw/Manager, ran on an Epson 930 minicomputer, and used the mechanical principles of light pens and felt-tip pens to draw images directly on the user’s drawings. Drawing tools were stored in drawing files, and the program could be used to transfer drawings between the computer and the plotter. Draw/Manager was developed by Autodesk, a company formed in 1979.

Development of the computer-aided design (CAD) software for the existing Draw/Manager software began in 1980, and the new product was introduced on March 6, 1981, with an early commercial version that ran on the Apple II line of computers. The release coincided with a dramatic downturn in Apple’s sales.

The Apple II release of AutoCAD was a major success, accounting for over half of Apple’s revenues in its first year, and selling a total of 280,000 units by the end of 1981. Two years later, in 1983, AutoCAD for the Apple II continued to be the best-selling personal computer software in the world.

In 1982, the first version of AutoCAD for the IBM PC, running under the CP/M operating system, was released. This version could also run on the Tandy Model 100 and Model 200, and some early Micro VAX systems (before the VAX). It also became available for the Apple Macintosh. The first version of AutoCAD on the Macintosh was released in 1984.

AutoCAD’s continued success at the Apple II and IBM PC markets was in part due to the emergence of the new Apple Macintosh computer line in the summer of 1984. Prior to the release of AutoCAD, the only desktop-based computer-aided design (CAD) software on the market was the D-Base 3-based Topsight CAD, a CAD program developed by NCR in 1977.

Development Edit

Since its inception, AutoCAD has evolved through a series of software releases. The program has gone through various phases of development, including a fairly steady cycle of new releases every year since 1983, and a more irregular pattern during the 1990s and early 2000s. There have also been minor software release updates released between the major versions. These updates have consisted

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See also

List of vector graphics editors


External links

Category:Dimensional vector graphics editors
Category:2D vector graphics editors
Category:Data visualization software

Churruca is a municipality in the southwest of the Mexican state of Michoacán. The municipality had a 2005 census population of 7,600 inhabitants.

According to archeological evidence, the area was originally inhabited by the Huicholes and Tlahuicas. In the 17th century, these inhabitants were either absorbed by the neighboring Chontalpa people or displaced by them. At some point in the early 19th century, the area was dominated by the Chontalpa, Tlahuica, and Tarasco peoples, who had contact with the Mexican central government.

In the late 18th century, the area was occupied by the Calpulalca family and after their departure, the village was inhabited by the Tarasco people. The area was first colonized by Jesuits in the mid 18th century. It was established as a Catholic parish in 1744, and as an administrative center in 1763.

The monastery in the area was established in 1815, but the site was badly affected by the Mexican War of Independence, the Mexican Revolution, and the Cristero War. This monastery suffered the most, and was reduced to ruins.

In 1867, the area came under the administration of the Federal District of Morelia, and in 1898 it was officially recognized as a town. The town’s church, built in 1912, has some religious artwork by Jose de Jesús Guadalupe Ortiz. The local museum is dedicated to the painter Martín Ruíz.


Churruca is located in the westernmost portion of the municipality of Chontalpa, in a mountainous area. It is approximately 29 km from Chontalpa and 97 km from Morelia. It is bordered by Paraje La Soledad on the north, Guadalajara Municipality on the west, Paraje El Garcero on the south, and the municipalities of Ajalpan and Chontalpa on the east. The primary river in the municipality is the Jalcomulco, which forms the northern border with the state of Jalisco.


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how do I do something after a checkbox is checked or unchecked in google apps script

I’m trying to automatically send an email after a checkbox has been checked or unchecked. I have this
function notify() {
var form = FormApp.getActiveForm();
var options = form.getOption(‘preferredChoices’)[0];

if (options.getBooleanValue(rowNum)) {
GmailApp.sendEmail(email, subject, body);

This works if the checkbox is already checked but when I have to check the checkbox by pressing the button, it doesn’t do anything.
How can I call notify() again?


You could just add an “onclick” event on the CheckBox. If you want to use some parameters for the e-mail you could add the function to the checkBox in a function, add a form with the function and use it in the e-mail.
If the checkBox can be checked, this code below works.
function sendNotification() {
var app = FormApp.getActive();
var appApi = app.getAPIApplication();
var form = appApi.getForm();
var options = form.getOption(‘preferredChoices’)[0];
var checked = form.getCheckBox(rowNum).setSelected(true);
if (checked) {
var subject = ‘Test’;
var body = “This is a test”;
GmailApp.sendEmail(‘’, subject, body);

And your function could be like this:
function notify(rowNum) {
var form = FormApp.getActiveForm();
var options = form.getOption(‘preferredChoices’)[0];
var checked = form.getCheckBox(rowNum

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Append and Merge:

Speed up workflows with a new command that makes it easy to merge objects into larger ones. (video: 2:27 min.)

Multi-touch input:

Add a new touch gesture for easy on-screen editing. (video: 2:29 min.)

Ink and Paper:

Get more from your pens with new features that let you ink a page directly into your drawing. (video: 2:22 min.)

Ink Color Variation:

Select colors from a palette to get a range of ink colors, so you can mix and match easily. (video: 1:35 min.)

Revolve and Extend:

Redefine the way you build walls. Revolve walls to fit the shape of your building, then extend them to fill large areas. (video: 2:29 min.)

Paint and Layers:

Examine or change how your AutoCAD drawings display colors. (video: 1:45 min.)

Tool Options:

Take control of your tool settings and customize how you use them. (video: 1:55 min.)

Step Selection:

Generate a series of points to make precise selections, such as to plot contour lines or to snap to intersections. (video: 1:15 min.)

Markup Tools:

Add links, pictures, and text from other AutoCAD files or text documents, and even edit them as you create your drawings. (video: 1:45 min.)

Run Script:

Automate your workflows with custom tasks, and see exactly what changed with an updated history view. (video: 2:35 min.)

Mobile Apps:

Use your mobile device to make drawings directly on the go. (video: 1:20 min.)

Video Playback:

See the history of your files in a timeline view. (video: 1:50 min.)

Raster Graphics (non-interactive):

Use vector graphics to create documents and presentations quickly and easily. (video: 1:45 min.)

Manage Multiple Devices:

Manage multiple devices connected to your PC for quick access to any drawing file on your PC. (video: 1:40 min.)

Mobile Apps:

Use your mobile device to make drawings

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Requires a Pentium 4, 2.8 GHz or faster, 256 MB or more of RAM
Windows 2000/XP
Windows 98 or Me
IE4+, Firefox, Safari, other
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