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The easiest way to share DWG drawings online.

A - answer To submit, share, or concurrently edit a DWG drawing via internet you can use the cloud service "Autodesk 360" - directly from AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT. So you don't need to send the drawing as an e-mail attachment, via FTP, on an USB stick, or in similar ways.

Just use the function "Share Document" or "Collaborate Now" in the AutoCAD Online ribbon (the commands ONLINESHARE and ONLINECOLNOW):

Online ribbon (CZ version)

In both cases, your DWG file is uploaded to your personal storage in Autodesk's web-cloud. The function Collaborate directly launches the online version of AutoCAD - AutoCAD 360 (WS) - where you can view and edit the drawing (anywhere and on any device - tablet, phone), either alone or in real-time collaboration with your collegues - see the video example:

ACADLTDWGACADWSACAD360
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17.7.2012    3490x  
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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT · DWG · ACADWS · AutoCAD 360 ·

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