AutoCAD: A Problem Solving Approach : Release 14
With this truly comprehensive book, fully updated to AutoCAD 2000, users will learn 2D and 3D concepts and commands, customizing features, AutoLISP "RM", DCL, DIESEL, ObjectARX "TM", and ActiveX "RM" . Users learn via examples, Notes and Tips, problem solving exercises, and new discipline-specific exercises as well as end-of-chapter review questions.
-- Updated to AutoCAD 2000 with new features and commands such as MDE, layouts, and QDIM noted throughout for easy identification.
-- Command entry options are introduced at the start of discussions for easy reference.
-- Step-by-step examples provide guided practice of AutoCAD commands.
-- Discipline-specific examples and problem-solving exercises provide multiple opportunities to apply concepts and commands.
-- An Online Companion "TM" provides access to the Autodesk Press website for job resources, professional organizations, updates and more.
-- ie.resource "TM", an instructor CD-ROM, provides an electronic syllabus, chapter hints, PowerPoint "TM" lecture presentations, computerized test questions, CADD drawing files, and more.
-- Includes free trial of AutoCAD 20
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