Advancing with AutoCAD Release 2000

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2001 - Computers - 262 pages
In Advancing with AutoCAD Bob McFarlane provides the explanations and guidance that an AutoCAD user needs to become an AutoCAD expert, increasing proficiency and productivity. It is essential reading for a wide range of AutoCAD users working in engineering, construction and architecture, and students following vocational and degree courses.

Unlike the many AutoCAD references on the market, this book places the emphasis on learning through doing. The interactive learning style, based round a series of exercises, makes it ideal for independent study, or for use as a course text.

Coverage includes attribute extraction, customisation of linetypes and menus, slide shows, object linking and embedding, data exchange, and an introduction to LISP programming.

This title is part of Bob McFarlane's highly regarded series of AutoCAD texts, and follows on from Beginning AutoCAD 2000.

Fully updated for AutoCAD 2000 plus introduction to LISP programming
Ideal companion to Beginning AutoCAD 2000
User friendly text written by an experienced author

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McFarlane of Motherwell College, UK

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