The launch of a new version of your favorite and trusted software product can be frustrating. Changes to the user interface (UI), functionality or capabilities of something you use every day in your professional life can be uncomfortable.
However, there is a silver lining. Software updates do often come with new, advanced features that can make your tools better, more powerful and even easier to use. Once the initial shock subsides – and maybe with a little training and support – you may find yourself operating more effectively and being more productive.
AutoCAD is relied upon by millions of people across multiple industries to help them do their job every day. And changes, such as those in the soon-to-be-released AutoCAD 2019 – also known as One AutoCAD – are only making the solution better, easier to use and more powerful.
If you’d like to learn more about some of the exciting changes in AutoCAD 2019, and learn more about how to use some of the new and enhanced features, Lynn Allen will be hosting a Webinar that you might want to attend.
On May 1, 2018, Lynn will share what’s new with AutoCAD 2019 and dive into trends and happenings in the world of government digital design. Just in time for the release, Lynn will provide AutoCAD 2019 tips and tricks, and detailed analysis of all new features and tool sets.
About Lynn Allen
In her career as Technology Evangelist, Lynn Allen has spoken to more than a half million design professionals in over 50 countries throughout the world. Her online reach over the years easily reaches in the millions. An early CAD entrepreneur, Lynn taught AutoCAD at the corporate and collegiate level for 10 years before joining Autodesk.
A popular columnist for Cadalyst magazine for over two decades, she is the face behind hundreds of software videos including the series, “Tips and Tricks with Lynn Allen”. A sought-after public speaker with a unique comedic style, Lynn was the host of Autodesk University for over a decade and is always one of the highest rated presenters at the many worldwide Autodesk Universities. She is also the author of three technical books focused on Autodesk software. Lynn has been a global driving force in moving 2D CAD users to Digital Prototyping and BIM.