If you want to download the complete package containing DWG Trueview 2011 and Design Review 2011, and you don't want to wade through a dozen or so different web pages, etc., then here is a direct link.
So I finally got around to messing with DWG Trueview 2010, and the same method does not work. I have learned throughScott Sheppard and Volker Joseph that it is just not possible to perform a silent (or unattended) install using the .EXE file like we were able to with 2009.
If your machines already include all the dependencies, like .NET 3.5 SP1, etc., then you can deploy the .MSI file itself silently, but if you install the .MSI without all the dependencies, Trueview will not launch.
Without a Net recently published the info necessary to silently deploy Design Review 2010, although it is basically showing you how to install the dependency components individually along with the main application. Based on my tests, it looks like you can simply install the MSI for Design Review on a machine that already has a proper install of Trueview 2010 since the dependencies are already installed.
DWG Trueview is a standalone program that allows you to view and print AutoCAD DWG files. There are limited measuring tools also included. It also includes a feature to convert DWG files between versions. You cannot edit or save DWG files using this tool. The latest version of this application is DWG Trueview 2010.
DWG Trueview is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Direct download links are given below.
The Cadforum has published some tips regarding 'hidden commands' in DWG Trueview 2009. Using this, I created this list of all of the available commands. Some of the interesting ones that add a bit of capability to Trueview are...
The big news is that measuring commands are now available. The DIST and AREA commands are at your fingertips... Some of the other new AutoCAD 2009 features are in there also, such as the ViewCube and SteeringWheel and of course the new UI.