Autocad Analysis, Volume 1

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - 400 pages
AutoCAD Analysis is divided into three different volumes. Volume I covers Introduction to AutoCAD together with Basic Commands. This Book is well suited for the Novice who has just come out of Board Drafting or anyone taking technical courses. This book is more of a hands-on approach to design with less theory. Most of the complicated terminologies have been broken down to simple terms. In this Module, the Student will be introduced to Basic AutoCAD program. The Volume covers topics that will include but are not limited to: Setting up Template, Limits, Utilizing Drawing tools, Formatting Tools, Editing Tools, Modifying tools, Setting up Objects, Dimensioning and Saving Drawings. This Book is written with Direct Instructions that could be used by an Instructor as a guide or the student as a gateway to AutoCAD. These series are my personal gift to the potential Student to help create better products that are environmental safe and friendly for all humanity. Welcome aboard!

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