AutoCAD 2009 & AutoCAD LT 2009 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
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Lee Ambrosius works for Autodesk as a technical writer for the Platform Solutions and Emerging Business (PSEB) division and is based out of his home office. Before that, he worked as an independent consultant for more than three years, and before that he was a resident of a cubicle farm for about eight years, where he worked as a systems analyst creating custom applications. Even though Lee doesn’t work for himself anymore, he still runs his Web site, www.hyperpics.com, and his blog, hyperpics.blogs.com. He has been using AutoCAD since 1994, when he was first exposed to Release 12 for DOS, and has been customizing and programming AutoCAD since 1996. Lee was an AutoCAD consultant and trainer for more than ten years, and has been teaching at Autodesk University since 2004.
For over a decade, Lee has authored a variety of works that include articles for CAD magazines and white papers for Autodesk and has been a contributing author on a few occasions for AutoCAD books. He has been a technical editor for the recent editions of AutoCAD For Dummies and AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Bible. The first version of this book, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, was his first venture into being a coauthor for a book before going off and authoring the book AutoCAD 2008 3D Modeling Workbook For Dummies.