Beginning AutoCAD

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Wiley, Aug 21, 1997 - Computers - 200 pages
A tutorial guide for students with no previous experience of Computer Aided Drawing, based on AutoCAD release 12.
  • The reader is encouraged to ‘learn by doing’ through a series of graded tutorials.
  • Can be used with keyboard, mouse or puck.
  • Ideal for short courses, or as a first book for AutoCAD learners from a wide range of disciplines.
  • Convenient format for use ‘at the terminal’.
By the same author Progressing with AutoCAD ISBN: 0340 601736 Other technical drawing books by Edward Arnold Engineering Drawing with CAD Applications O Ostrowsky ISBN: 0340 504110 Introduction to Construction Drawing A Thompson ISBN: 0340 568232 Manual of Engineering Drawing to British and International Standards C Simmons and D Maguire ISBN: 0340 58484X

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Circle creation
Hatching 82 Making the attributes Making the block with the attributes
Installing AutoCAD 14 Arc creation

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About the author (1997)

McFarlane is a minister of the Uniting Church in Australia and an adjunct member of faculty at the United Theological College, Sydney.

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