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## What’s New In?

AutoCAD users can quickly and easily import content from paper and PDF documents, such as comments, photos, sketches, and printed instructions, to use as guidance during design. Working with feedback is now faster and easier with AutoCAD. Comments, PDF documents, and photos can be imported as markups in any layer of the drawing and from any source. If the drawing doesn’t contain a specific layer, AutoCAD can use a URL.

To ensure that paper markings aren’t rendered in the drawing, AutoCAD’s PaperMark Transmit button can be used to selectively export the Markups to the clipboard. These Markups can then be pasted into the drawing or a new drawing.

Working with markups is simple. Select the desired layer in the Drawing Layers panel or choose Quick Markups on the Markups palette. Markups that you apply to a drawing will be automatically made available to you through the Markups palette in the Graphics panel when you click in the drawing area. You can also use the Markups palette to apply existing Markups in the current drawing or create Markups and add them to a drawing.

A new feature called Markups Assist makes it possible to draw or create a new drawing with a previously imported Markup as a guide.

If you import a Markup from a file and the Drawing Layers is already set to the layer that you want to work with, AutoCAD will automatically apply the Markup to the current drawing and automatically add a drawing Markup for the next drawing to be created from that original Markup. If you import a Markup from a paper document that is in a layer other than the one that you want to use, you can apply the Markup to the current drawing by using the Markups palette in the Graphics panel.

For example, you can import a comment from a paper document and use it to draw or create a new drawing with the comment as a guide. You can also combine multiple Markups in a single layer to create more complex drawings.

Paint-to-Edge:

When editing a 3D model, a fast way to annotate sections of the model is to use Paint-to-Edge. By quickly clicking on an edge or face and then clicking the Paint-to-Edge icon in the Graphics panel, you can quickly annotate an edge or face with a number of options, such as measure the section, trace a 2D outline,