PRESS RELEASE

IntelliCAD 7.2c

The IntelliCAD Technology Consortium (ITC) has released IntelliCAD 7.2c.

IntelliCAD 7.2c is a maintenance release that contains more than 200 improvements and fixes since the IntelliCAD 7.2b release in May 2013. In addition to fixes, improvements can be found in the areas of performance, multiline text, selection, entity snapping and tracking, and an update to new ACIS libraries.

ITC development director David Lorenzo said: 'The IntelliCAD 7 user base is growing and reaching an increasing number of varying software environments. Our member-integrated approach and infrastructure systems allow us to respond with an updated release faster than we’ve ever done before.'

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