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Autodesk Revit Verticals to be End-of-Life and Replaced with Revit 2017 "One-Box"
As of the first customer ship of Autodesk Revit 2017 software, the Revit “verticals” (Revit Architecture, Revit MEP and Revit Structure) will no longer be sold separately.
These products will be replaced by Revit 2017, the “one-box” version of Revit containing the capabilities of all three verticals currently available in Autodesk Building Design Suite Premium and Ultimate, Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite Ultimate, and Autodesk Revit Collaboration Suite.
Autodesk subscribers to the Revit verticals and suites containing the Revit verticals as well as owners of perpetual licenses with a current maintenance plan will be migrated to Revit 2017.
Affected customers will receive an operational communication informing them of this change.
AutoCAD 2017 has just been released. Here are some of the key features and benefits that might appeal to you:
Import PDFs: a top-requested feature based on customer feedback, PDFs have been added to the supported ‘Import File’ formats.
Share design views: improve collaboration by publishing your drawing views to the cloud in a secure format.
Smart centerlines and center marks: when you move associated objects, the centerlines and center marks update accordingly.
When customers subscribe, they get the AutoCAD 360 Pro mobile app, allowing them to view, create and edit drawings on their phone or tablet, and share designs and revisions directly from their mobile device.
AutoCAD LT 2017 Release includes Enhanced Support and AutoCAD 360 Pro
Introducing the AutoCAD LT 2017 release, offering smart 2D drafting tools that help speed documentation work. It is perfect for value-conscious drafting professionals who want to create precise 2D drawings. This release includes some of the same features as AutoCAD 2017, such as the ability to import PDFs, the Autodesk desktop app, and smart centerlines and center marks.
When you subscribe to AutoCAD LT, you get direct one-on-one global phone support, support via chat, faster response times, and more, with enhanced support benefits. You also get the AutoCAD 360 Pro mobile app, allowing you to view, create and edit drawings on your phone or tablet, and share designs and revisions directly from your mobile device