CADD MicrosystemsJuly 19th, 2013
Getting a new workstation, or even just sitting at another desk for the day is almost never fun if you've customized your AutoCAD environment to match the way you work. From your CUI, to your tool palettes and printer support files, getting up-and-running on a new machine means transferring a wide breadth of files and settings.
The integration between AutoCAD and Autodesk 360 aims to simplify that very process by maintaining a copy of the settings you need to be productive in the cloud. With Autodesk 360, getting up-and-running on a new machine can be as simple as signing into your Autodesk 360 account. Check out the video above to see how to sync and restore your AutoCAD settings with Autodesk 360.
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