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Summary

In this chapter, you have learned how to use a Web-enabled AutoCAD 2002 to view, access, and publish CAD to the Web. You now know how to use the Internet utilities to open, insert, or save DWG files to the Internet. In addition, you have also learned about attaching URLs to objects in your DWG files and how to link one file to another. This chapter has also discussed the ins and outs of publishing CAD data on the Web with AutoCAD 2002.

Hopefully, your appetite for putting drawings on a Web site has been whetted. Chapter 26, “Project Collaboration over the Internet,” studies a live site and provides an in-depth analysis of what it takes to manage an effective CAD Web site. In addition, it describes Internet-oriented enhancements to xrefs in AutoCAD 2002, which provide truly remarkable opportunities for collaborative design.


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