AutoCAD 2010 For Dummies Paperback – 8 May 2009
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From the Back Cover
Build complex drawings, edit like a pro, enter new dimensions, and plot with style With AutoCAD, the only limit is your imagination! This powerful software gives you the tools to design and document your ideas, and here′s the bestselling guide to show you how. You′ll soon be setting up the AutoCAD environment, using the AutoCAD Ribbon, creating annotation and dimension drawings, and more! Manage your properties from stacking up and manipulating layers to using named objects and the AutoCAD DesignCenter Get a grip on object selection learn all about commanding and selecting, one–by–one selection, and perfecting selecting Take advantage of the AutoCAD tool kit discover how to copy between drawings, manipulate images, and polish your properties Create text with character find out how to turn on your annotative objects and say more in multiline text Explore new dimensions understand the anatomy of a dimension and then draw and edit your own Build your blocks get up to speed on creating static and dynamic blocks, defining attributes, inserting blocks, and more Bring it to the Web gain a better understanding of the Internet and AutoCAD so you can share your work Open the book and find: Techniques for setting up a layout in paper space Tips on object selection and using grips How to move, copy, and stretch Why to use dimensions in CAD Ways to push the hatch boundary and define hatch objects Sixteen steps for achieving plotting success How to use constraints to automate revisions Real–world tips to raise your level of AutoCAD expertise
About the Author
David Byrnes is a senior civil engineer and structural drafter with a major international engineering company. He taught CAD and 3D modeling at the Emily Carr University of Art & Design for 15 years and has contributed to or coauthored more than a dozen AutoCAD books.
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Top Customer Reviews
I found this book to be well written by the author, but like most FOR DUMMIES guides, there is far too much bluster and I spend a lot of time just wishing I could get to the point.
It is probably a good guide for people who are a bit nervous about AutoCAD, but not so good for those who just want to get on with it.
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Whilst the content and format of the Dummies series is very good, the version I purchased was not suitable for my Apple Mac. Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2011 by PeterW