AutoCAD and Its Applications

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Goodheart-Willcox, 1989 - Computers - 816 pages
These editions of AutoCAD and its Applications provide instruction for mastering AutoCAD "RM" 2000 commands and drawing and dimensioning techniques! Like the Release 14 editions, the AutoCAD 2000 title offers a Basics and Advanced edition. This allows for manageable texts in both size and content, as well as flexibility to meet the needs of various course structures. Content of the Basics edition provides comprehensive coverage of introductory and two-dimensional AutoCAD drafting, while the Advanced edition covers three-dimensional and other advanced functions. Both texts cover topics in an easy-to-understand sequence, and progress in a manner that allows students to become comfortable with AutoCAD. In-depth discussions of every major new and existing AutoCAD feature, command, and option are provided. Hundreds of exercises, questions, and drawing problems assist learning. No AutoCAD book surpasses the depth of coverage provided by this outstanding title!
-- Command initiation methods appear in the text margin next to command introduction.
-- Professional Tips explain how to use AutoCAD efficiently.
-- Fold-out cover illustrates AutoCAD command buttons and screen and pull-down menu trees.
-- Topics keyed to AutoCAD User Guide.
-- Drawing Problems and Exercises offer application to several disciplines, clearly identified by an icon.
-- Chapter Tests allow review of important commands and concepts.

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CONTENTS Continued
Hard Disk and System Management C1 thru C17

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About the author (1989)

Shumaker manages the Autodesk Premier Training Center at Clackamas Community College.

David Madsen is the former Department Chair of Drafting Technology and an instructor at Clackamas Community College, an authorized AutoCAD. training center in Oregon City, Oregon. He is also a former member of the Board of Directors of the American Design Drafting Association.

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