AutoCAD Freestyle is a precision drawing tool that used to be offered by AutoCAD. As may be expected of this type of software, users can create and customize their canvas grids, equate grid squares to specific units of length, make use of line and arc tools, and use many other utilities that are often employed in the floor plan creation. It also has a fill tool, of course, that allows users to add color with gradient fill effects as well as pattern fills. The program was actually supposed to cater to architects and other design professionals with a preference for pen and paper sketches, but requiring better accuracy and speed than the traditional media could permit.
A lot of the users of AutoCAD Freestyle were DIY-ers as well as residential contractors. The program was designed to be useful practically out of the box, featuring a very intuitive and simple interface. It was also based on AutoCAD, but unlike the other program, was restricted to only 2D designs. That said, it was also more lightweight, so it generally ran faster and was learned faster, and was well known for being a solution for quick drafting.
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