Using LANDCADD is a practical text designed to teach students how to get maximum benefit from LANDCADD landscape design software in the minimum amount of time. Students are lead through a series of landscape design tutorials and exercises which parallel the normal production of construction documents in landscape design practice. The book emphasizes how to use LANDCADD productively, creatively and efficiently in the course of creating CADD landscape designs. It leads the reader through the creation of title block, base plan, construction and hardscape plan, planting plan, irrigation plan, 3D elevation and more. In addition, other tutorials and exercises show the reader how to produce customized symbols, macros and toolbars to make LANDCADD even more suitable for use in a landscape design practice. Its tutorial approach makes this a perfect book for the professional self-paced user. Keywords: AutoCAD for ArchitectureKeywords: LANDCADD
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Introduction to AutoCAD for the Architectural Designer 1
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