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AutoCAD Programming using C# with Windows Forms

Created by Arnold Higuit, Last Updated 27-Mar-2021, Language:English

AutoCAD Programming using C# with Windows Forms

Learn by developing Real World Applications

Created by Arnold Higuit, Last Updated 27-Mar-2021, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Learn how to use Windows Form when developing AutoCAD Plugin using C#
  • Learn how to use different User Controls (Label, Textbox, Button, Listbox, ComboBox, GroupBox
  • Learn how to code behind the Form (e.g. Events, Methods and Classes)
  • Learn how to automate processing AutoCAD Drawings
  • Develop multiple projects and be comfortable with programming AutoCAD using C#


  • Basic knowledge of C# programming language
  • Basic knowledge of AutoCAD .NET API
  • Good knowledge of AutoCAD and AutoCAD objects


This course will show you how to develop AutoCAD Plugins using C# and Windows Forms.

You will learn how to create your own professional or fancy looking User Interfaces.

You will learn how to process multiple drawings (e.g. converting DWGs to PDF automatically or extract objects into a text file) and many more.

You will be able to address the limitations of using the Command Line Interface.

You will also learn what is Event-Driven programming is.

And most importantly, you will learn by doing and developing real-world applications.

Course Content

Arnold Higuit

Sr. Software Developer

A Sr. Software Developer and a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) and Microsoft Certified Applications Developer (MCAD) with extensive knowledge on different technology in different industries.

I have worked on several companies ranging from Architectural, Engineering & Construction, Utilities, Marketing, Telecommunications, and now in Financial Corporation.

I have been exposed to many different Technologies and Frameworks and Programming Languages. Developing applications using C#, Java, AutoLISP, VB/VBA, GIS and CAD Applications. I also worked on many different Enterprise Databases (e.g. SQL Server, Oracle, Sybase).