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The following drawing screen shots show how you can create dynamic graphical objects with symbols, fillets, and arrows and then export those objects to an external file or an AutoCAD drawing. Markup Assistant: You can create dynamic graphical objects with symbols, fillets, and arrows. Export the object as a drawing file or as an external file. (video: 1:15 min.) The following drawing screen shots show how you can create dynamic graphical objects with symbols, fillets, and arrows. Export the object as a drawing file or as an external file. (video: 1:15 min.) Markup User Interface: The following drawing screen shots show how you can create dynamic graphical objects with symbols, fillets, and arrows. Export the object as a drawing file or as an external file. (video: 1:15 min.) The following drawing screen shots show how you can create dynamic graphical objects with symbols, fillets, and arrows. Export the object as a drawing file or as an external file. (video: 1:15 min.) Dynamic Symbols: You can create dynamic graphical symbols to show changes in your model over time. Export the symbol as a file or in an external drawing file. You can create dynamic graphical symbols to show changes in your model over time. Export the symbol as a file or in an external drawing file. Diagram Symbols: You can show how objects relate to one another with a rich collection of commonly used objects. You can export these symbols to an external file. You can show how objects relate to one another with a rich collection of commonly used objects. You can export these symbols to an external file. Ink and Stylus: With Inkscape and Adobe Illustrator integrated into AutoCAD, you can draw directly on the design surface with support for pen, stylus, mouse, and drawing tablet devices. (video: 1:15 min.) With Inkscape and Adobe Illustrator integrated into AutoCAD, you can draw directly on the design surface with support for pen, stylus, mouse, and drawing tablet devices. (video: 1:15 min.) Ink Importer: You can import selected objects and their properties directly from your drawing or into an external file. These imported objects then become ink-enabled in AutoCAD, so you can use them to draw on the design surface. (video: 1:15 min.)