May 12, 2020 at 5:13 pm #281786Cindy Maple2020 Moderator
Office v2020 marks the annual release of 2020 Office Applications. In this release, 2020 Cap receives support for AutoCAD 2021, 2020 Cap Complete receives updates to the underlying CAD engine, and 2020 Worksheet receives some exciting “customer requested” updates to navigation and product selection.
Customers can download this release starting today, but most will receive it as part of the May 2020 Catalog Disc set that will mail later this month.
For more information on new features in v2020, see below:
2020 Cap now fully supports AutoCAD 2021, the most up-to-date and advanced version of AutoCAD available. AutoCAD 2021 brings updates the Drawing History and DWG Compare features and more functionality for the AutoCAD Web and Mobile apps. For more information on the new features available in AutoCAD 2021, please see https://blogs.autodesk.com/autocad/autocad-2021/
2020 Worksheet brings new ways to navigate, select lines and copy & paste. The “current line” and “selected line” definitions remain unchanged, but users can now select and deselect lines and use keyboard keys to copy, paste, & delete in new ways. These changes make Worksheet more intuitive and faster to use to build and manage quotes. In addition, the 2020 Options dialog can be re-opened for editing by clicking on the green checkmark in the Complete column.
See the new 2020 Worksheet v2020 features.
2020 Cap Complete
2020 Cap Complete received updates to the CAD system to make it easier to install and uninstall with the rest of the 2020 Office Applications. There were also some improvements to the MTP command, stretching capability for 3D symbols, and the ability to plot to PDF.
Links to Training information in the menus, ribbons, and toolbars of all Office applications were updated to take users to a web-based, centralized training location. This location is continually being updated and offers the most complete and up-to-date information available.
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