AutoCAD 2008: One Step at a Time

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Forager Publications, Mar 1, 2007 - Architecture - 700 pages
We've fully updated our best-selling AutoCAD series to include all the marvels associated with the 2008 release! Our basic text includes 27 lessons designed to quickly and easily bring you up to speed with 2-D drawing and internet capabilities (including complete coverage of AutoCAD's dynamic tools - like blocks and dynamic input - and the new annotation and leader tools, and the new dashboard!). Lessons are clearly marked for purpose and content, and as always, provide our famous hands-on, step-by-step instructional technique that has helped so many students master this fabulous design package. All instructions come in an easy to follow format, which clearly presents the task at hand. Lessons contain tips, tricks, and projects developed by the author through years of experience as a designer and CAD guru. The new books are fully indexed and contain links to end-of-lesson reviews and additional exercises to enhance your understanding of the material. Finally, our premier 3D text still leads all others in providing the easiest and most enjoyable path into the coveted world of 3-dimensional graphics! The author's friendly style and mastery of the material makes readers and students alike feel as though he's sitting at their elbow while they work. Indeed, his availability to his students/readers makes him unique in the textbook world! Timothy Sean Sykes turns AutoCAD into a fun learning experience!

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About the author (2007)

Timothy Sean Sykes" has been an instructor at Houston Community College and North Harris College in Houston, TX for the past 7 years. Tim has a degree in secondary education from Lamar University. Prior to teaching, he spent 16 years as a designer in the Piping, Furniture, Structural, and Display fields. Tim has extensive writing experience; he has worked as a freelance writer, published two cookbooks, written a newsletter, published two field guides for edible wild plants, and has written assembly instructions for modular and furniture construction articles.

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