A Brief Guide to AutoCAD 2000

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 189 pages

For courses in AutoCAD in Technology Education and Industrial Technology programs.

A beginner's guide for learning AutoCAD 2000 software to create 2D and 3D computer-aided drawings, this text enables students to learn to use the software in the easiest possible manner. Information is based on a generic systems approach, and the terms most commonly used in creating, editing, displaying, plotting, and printing drawings are carefully defined and explained. Students can thus understand the basics for using the software and then apply these to their own areas of expertise.

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Introduction to AutoCAD 2000

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