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Learning AutoCAD 2010

The book opens with an exploration of the interface and explains basic drawing functionality and object manipulation before showing how to best organize and edit drawings with layers, linetypes, and more. Readers then learn how to work with layouts, dimensions, and annotations before learning sophisticated hatch techniques using gradients, fills, and patterns.
Finally, readers learn best-practices techniques for working with such drawing objects as splines and polylines as well as using drawing templates and getting great results when printing and exporting.
The thorough resource, which is effective for self-paced learning as well as instructor-led courses, features examples from both the architectural and mechanical design fields, Autodesk customer success stories that highlight how AutoCAD was used to create the compelling designs, and step-by-step exercises focused on real-world designs, examples, illustrations, processes, and procedures.

CAD / Graphic Design
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Jun 13, 2014 
AutoCAD, Learning
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