AutoCAD product design is gathering a collection of screenshots to broaden our view of our customers work environment.
We are looking for a screenshot that best captures your normal toolbar arrangement, palette setup, dashboard position, etc. We will use these screenshots to aid our design decisions concerning the user interface of AutoCAD and any other Autodesk products.
As a participant in this Project, we ask you to take a screenshot of your working environment; preferably while you have a project/drawing open and email it to email@example.com.
If the project contains sensitive material, please use a non-sensitive project or scale the model so vulnerable details can’t be seen. Autodesk respects the confidentiality of our customers and will only use your screenshot as a part of our internal design process.Here are a couple ways to make a screenshot (the instructions are the same if you are using a single monitor or dual monitors):
- Using Outlook. With the Autodesk application active, hit the Print Screen (PrtSc) key on your keyboard. Paste the screenshot directly in the message pane of Outlook. Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Using word processing program or image editor. With the Autodesk application active, hit the Print Screen (PrtSc) key on your keyboard. Paste the screenshot in an image editing program such as Paint or Photoshop. You can also paste the screenshot directly into Word. Save the file as a BMP, PNG, or if using Word, DOC. Attach to an email and send to: email@example.com
Thanks for your support!
AutoCAD Product Design & Usability Team
Blads footnote: I would highly recommend the use of Snag It - the best ever Windows Screen Capture Utility, barr none!