PC Magazine Reviews

April 18, 2000

If you're looking for an easy-to-use technical drawing and diagramming tool-and you're not a certified engineer-look no further than Autodesk's Actrix Technical 2000 ($349 list). Although this 2-D drawing tool is powerful enough for engineers or graphics professionals, it is also easy enough for sales professionals who need to design facilities interactively with customers.

This upgrade includes 4,000 new industry-specific ActiveShapes (intelligent drag-and-drop objects), Windows 2000 compatibility, the ability to read and save Autocad 2000 files, support for XREF, improved DWG background rendering, and a flexible API (application programming interface). A Property … Copyright Ziff-Davis

AutoCAD 2000 - John McCormick, PC Magazine, June 30, 1999