Accessing AUTOCAD Architecture 2012

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Cengage Learning, Aug 26, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 800 pages
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ACCESSING AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE 2012 has been completely updated for AutoCAD Architecture 2012 with tutorials and end-of-chapter bonus projects that allow the user to build confidence and skills. The updates include tips and techniques to increase drawing productivity by using tool palette, display representations, Content Browser and the project navigator, along with Metric and Imperial tutorials on applications of space planning and mass modeling tools for residential and commercial buildings. Additional step-by-step tutorials explain roof dormers and custom applications of roof slabs. ACCESSING AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE 2012 clarifies the use of the integration of Auto Desk Seek to import web content and addresses features of new 2D and 3D parametric design. This text instructs through hands-on opportunities,, independent projects and tutorials making it easy to use and easy to understand.
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If you are from ASIA, check if you can access the site. It seems that it does not allow asian users yet.

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Introduction to AutoCAD Architecture
Creating Floor Plans
Advanced Wall Features
Space Planning and Mass Modeling
Placing Doors and Windows
DoorWindow Assemblies and Curtain Walls
Creating Roofs and Roof Slabs
Creating Slabs for Floors and Ceilings
Stairs and Railings
Using and Creating Symbols
Annotating and Documenting the Drawing
Creating Elevations Sections and Details
Drawing Commercial Structures

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William G. Wyatt, Sr., Ed.D., is a professor at John Tyler Community College in Chester, VA. A certified Engineering Technician, Wyatt is an active member of the Institute for Certification of Engineering Technicians (ICET) and the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

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