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How to add a "freehand" look in your drawings?

A - answer You can use the free utility Napkin, available on XANADU's Web site. It processes AutoCAD and Architectural Desktop objects (use the AEC Object Enabler for plain AutoCAD).

In Architectural Desktop 2004 and higher you can also use the AecNapkin command.

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14.3.2001    16298×  
applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD Architecture ·

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