Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2005: A Comprehensive Tutorial

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Pearson-Prentice Hall, Oct 1, 2004 - Architecture - 506 pages
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This versatile text provides a hands-on, guided tutorial through Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2005. Tool Palettes are presented in the order in which they are commonly used, which provides a logical organization to the text. Numerous walk-throughs and hands-on activities are used throughout the text to teach commands and routines in relation to the production of architectural drawings. The organization of topics and the presentation of commands in context of applications make this text appropriate for both the traditional classroom and self-paced instruction.

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Contents

Getting Started
1
Section
11
Palettes and Exercises
47
Copyright

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H. Edward Goldberg, AIA, is a practicing licensed architect with over 25 years cumulative experience as a designer, project architect, construction project manager, owner of a design/build practice, technical writer, author and educator. He served as Coordinator of CAD and Multi-Media at Carroll Community College, from 1994-1999, and as Coordinator of the Industrial Program at Towson University, from 2000-2003. Ed's lecture and workshop credits include participation in Autodesk University, AEC Systems Expos, and AIA Chapter forums.

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