AutoCAD mobile is a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that lets the same application run on all Windows 10 devices, including Surface and Windows tablets, laptops, and desktops. This blurring of the gap between mobile and desktop gives all users a cohesive experience with mobility in design—the best of both worlds: simplicity and operational ease, with a sensitive-touch interface and complete support for keyboard, mouse, and surface pen. In this class, we will demonstrate how you can boost productivity with the AutoCAD mobile app on Windows 10 devices. We will take a deep dive into the app's core features, including moving files into the app from any kind of storage; working with DWG™, PDF, and DXF files; and bringing mobility to drawings without maintaining multiple copies of the same drawing. We will also take a sneak peek into what's in store for the future with the AutoCAD mobile app on Windows 10 devices, including Microsoft Surface Hub.
- Learn how to find AutoCAD mobile app on Windows store and install on multiple Windows devices such as PC, tablet, and phone
- Learn how to get started with AutoCAD mobile UWP app, and how to open your own file in the app from local drive, along with how to connect and open drawings from your third-party cloud storage like Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive.
- Learn how to precisely draw and edit a drawing on any Windows-based device, and how to download the DWG or PDF to print a drawing
- Learn how and when to use AutoCAD mobile along with AutoCAD Desktop