Computers in the Professional Practice of Design

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McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Architecture - 227 pages
While CADD technology is becoming commonplace in most design firms today, the wherewithal to take full advantage of computer technology as a business tool is often missing. This book will give the reader the "holistic" information on how to integrate the CADD function with other common applications--from word processing of construction documents to creating project budget spreadsheets to project management to database management.

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