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Chapter 25. Publishing on the Web > AutoCAD 2002: Where Design Connects to the ...

AutoCAD 2002: Where Design Connects to the Web

The World Wide Web has become a pervasive medium for computing. For many firms, the role of the Internet as a serious business tool has not yet been made clear, with numerous Web sites implemented strictly for marketing purposes. Yet, for creators and users of CAD data, the Internet provides an environment that greatly benefits the engineering community. From a CAD perspective, the Web is the ideal mechanism for facilitating collaborative design and real-time communication. As explained herein, the World Wide Web has propelled the growth of the Internet and allowed businesses to expand their reach significantly.

The Internet and the World Wide Web deliver powerful tools and new ways to enhance the virtual reach of your business. With these new Net tools, you can offer potential customers immediate access to technical drawing data, specifications, or other key project data. The explosive growth of the Internet in recent years has revolutionized the way people work and communicate in everyday life. More drawings than ever before are now made available to designers within local organization intranets, and to solution partners via the Internet. It is amazing to see the impact of the Web on businesses, both small and large. AutoCAD 2002 offers a rich and vastly expanded set of Internet features, with some exciting new functionality that empowers users by augmenting their reach across logical or physical boundaries.


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