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Autodesk Inventor 2009 productivity tools are now available

23 November 2008

Autodesk has announced the availability of the Autodesk Inventor 2009 Subscription Bonus Pack, providing existing Inventor Subscription customers with early access to new productivity tools in the drawing, part, and assembly environments of Autodesk Inventor 2009 software.

Many of the productivity tools in the Autodesk Inventor 2009 Subscription Bonus Pack came about as a result of its continued focus on existing Inventor Subscription customers. Subscription customers will be able to install these tools to their current Inventor 2009 software after downloading a small file from the Autodesk Subscription portal.

As the foundation for Digital Prototyping, Autodesk Inventor software provides a comprehensive and integrated set of 3D mechanical design tools for producing, maintaining, and documenting complete digital prototypes that help bring better products to market faster and at less cost. Autodesk Subscription is the best way to optimise your Autodesk software investment, providing access to the latest releases of Autodesk software, web support direct from Autodesk technical experts, and self-paced training to extend user skills.

What’s New in the Autodesk Inventor 2009 Subscription Bonus Pack?

· Drawing Manager Productivity—With the addition of productivity tools such as Arrange Dimensions, users can quickly and easily clean up dimensions and drawing annotations. Now Inventor users can open a corresponding drawing right from a part or assembly. Other new drawing tools include the ability to refresh drawing parameters, balloon snap and alignment tools on placement, enhancements to projecting geometry, as well as the ability to edit dimensions during placement.

· Part Modelling Productivity—In the drawing environment, users can now create parameters on the fly through the Edit Dimension dialog box without ever having to access the Parameter dialog box. This capability helps users to quickly set up design intent without leaving the sketching environment.

· Assembly Design Productivity—The Bill of Materials (BOM) editor now allows for editing similar to that of Microsoft Excel, enabling shortcuts like shift or control for selection, copy/paste, capitalisation, find and replace, and cross highlighting from the BOM editor and assembly model.

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