Applying AutoCAD: a step-by-step approach for AutoCAD release 10 on MS-DOS, UNIX, and Macintosh II computers

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Glencoe, Jan 1, 1989 - Computers - 544 pages
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Contents

And Around We Go
16
Obtaining Help
33
Grabbing Points
44
Helpful Drawing Aids
55
Undoing What Youve Done
62
Altering Entities
68
Moving and Duplicating Objects
77
The Powerful ARRAY Command
88
Bill of Materials Generation
245
From Display to Paper
258
Isometrics Creating Objects from a New Angle
267
The Third Dimension
274
XYZ Point Filters
284
User Coordinate Systems
295
Dynamic View Facility
308
Exploring AutoLISP
380

Modifying and Maneuvering
97
AutoCADs Magnifying Glass
107
Getting from Here to There
115
Multiple Viewports
123
Contd from previous page
130
A Look at DOS Functions Within AutoCAD
131
Placing Notes and Specifications
139
Preparing for a New Drawing
151
Layering Your Drawings
161
Basic Dimensioning
173
Advanced Dimensioning
181
Heavy Lines and Solid Objects
190
Joining Straight Curved and Solid Objects
196
A Calculating Strategy
205
Building Blocks
215
Symbol Library Creation
224
Remarkable Attributes
232
Easing into AutoLISP Programming
390
Applying AutoLISP Programming Techniques
401
Digitizing Hardcopy Drawings
415
Translating Via DXF and IGES
421
Lights Camera
428
Icon Menus
434
Optional Problems
442
Specialized Applications
460
Hardware Overview
471
AutoCAD Management Tips
484
Formatting Diskettes
500
Loading AutoCAD for Optimum Performance
509
Apple Macintosh II Version of AutoCAD
515
PaperScaleLimits Sample Relationships
525
Standard Hatch Patterns
532
PullDown Menus
538
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