Beginning AutoCAD 2000

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Arnold, 2000 - Computers - 336 pages
AutoCAD 2000, the most popular CAD draughting package in the world, has several new features that allow the user to increase their draughting skills. Beginning Autocad 2000 introduces the reader to these latest amendments after ensuring the reader understands basic 2D draughting skills. Bob McFarlane then looks at more demanding topics such as 3D modelling, customisation and AutoLISP programming. As with all Bob McFarlane's books, the reader learns by completing the worked examples and, as before, he includes additional activities to provide further draughting experience. Invaluable to any Autocad user, Beginning Autocad 2000 will also be useful to any undergraduate or postgraduate requiring Autocad draughting skills. Accessible and popular style Contains a wide variety of worked examples and graded tutorial exercises Essential reading, both for new users and for those wishing to upgrade their skills to AutoCAD 2000

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Contents

Whats new in AutoCAD Release 2000?
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System requirements and installation
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Using the book
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Copyright

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About the author (2000)

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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