Filter similar objects in either Current Space, All Layouts, Entire Drawing or Selection on Screen.
These time saving tools are used to create surface developments of basic shapes.
The PDFin plug-in allows you to open and edit PDF drawings within Autodesk® AutoCAD® and other Autodesk programs. Trial with watermark.
The PDFin plug-in allows you to open and edit PDF files directly within Autodesk® AutoCAD®. Fully licensed version.
Find a word or phrase throughout a whole set of drawings.
Cleans/purges key plans for zero-length lines, overlapping collinear lines, misaligned lines, inspects inaccurate line intersections, and makes a fair copy of draft drawing.
Search & Select CAD Entities
Create diagrams via block insertion. This tool will help you save time to draw diagrams with custom blocks.
A convenient utility to quickly add and manage custom group names and sequence numbers on block references. Includes the ability to add custom named properties.
This plug-in can be used with Autodesk® AutoCAD® to quickly determine the total length of a group of selected lines.
Selection Manager is used to save and use selection sets in any drawing file. The selection sets are saved in the drawing and can be restored by anyone with the Selection Manager application.
Spike is a smart laser measurement solution that allows you to capture real-time measurements of an object, including height, width, area, length and location – all from a photo.
This plug-in can help to set cable lines on drawings and get real architectural lengths of cables. It also helps to find and sum duplicates and export all the info to Excel file.
Length, Area, Volume and Unit conversion for Autodesk® AutoCAD® objects.
Share information between AutoCAD and Excel. Create AutoCAD or Excel tables from entity properties, Excel tables from AutoCAD Tables AutoCAD tables from Excel selections and Legend table from blocks.
An application to help you get a deeper understanding about the Autodesk® AutoCAD® system variables
Are you tired of creating tables in Autodesk® AutoCAD® manually? We have a solution!! Simply copy and paste your data from Excel, OpenOffice or even Google Drive to AutoCAD, or import it from CSV file