Inside AutoCAD LT for Windows

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New Riders Pub., Jan 1, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 1100 pages
This book introduces new users to CAD concepts, and teaches the commands, methods, and techniques needed to produce effective CAD drawings with AutoCAD LT.
-- Shows how to navigate in the CAD workspace, store and retrieve drawings, exercise the geometric power of CAD, and use basic editing tools
-- Utilizes well-illustrated tutorials with examples from a variety of design and drafting applications
-- Disk contains all the drawing files used in the book

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Contents

CAD Concepts 1A
25
Specifying Locations in CAD Space
65
Drawings as Files
107
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Rusty Gesner is founder of the world's sixth AutoCAD dealership, and currently a freelance author, consultant and AutoCAD expert. He is currently a principal in the consulting firm Group A, which specializes in AutoCAD customization and support to developers and users.

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