Harnessing AutoCAD 2002

Harnessing AutoCAD 2002

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Now in an all-new edition, Harnessing AutoCAD 2002 continues to offer the widest selection of discipline-specific, step-by-step exercises and projects to guide readers to proficient use of today's dominant desktop design and drawing application software tool. Understanding the "hows" and "whys" of invoking particular AutoCAD 2002 commands and features is just the beginning! As they work through this edition of our most popular AutoCAD how-to and reference manual and its companion exercise manual, readers will acquire the knowledge and expertise they need to harness the full power of their software. State-of-the-art AutoCAD 2002 functionality is covered in detail, such as enhanced associative dimensioning and block attributes plus use of the new layer translator tool. Screen captures are also used effectively throughout the book to illustrate step-by-step command sequences and must-know techniques, helping readers avoid pitfalls when working through exercises and projects. Novices will appreciate being taken logically from 2D drawing and 3D modeling fundamentals through more advanced Internet connectivity, customizing and programming concepts, with each step carefully designed to establish the necessary foundation for those that follow. Experienced users who want to update their skills will find the detailed examples and comprehensive index invaluable in terms of saving time and enhancing productivity at the CAD workstation.
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  • Paperback | 1392 pages
  • 180.3 x 231.1 x 43.2mm | 1,428.83g
  • Autodesk Press
  • United States
  • 0766838463
  • 9780766838468

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