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AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-470-08393-2
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786 pages
October 2006
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Introduction.

Book I: AutoCAD Basics.

Chapter 1: Drawing on (and in) AutoCAD.

Chapter 2: Navigating the AutoCAD Interface.

Chapter 3: All about Files.

Chapter 4: Basic Tools.

Chapter 5: Setting Up Drawings.

Chapter 6: Precision Tools.

Book II: 2D Drafting.

Chapter 1: Drawing Objects.

Chapter 2: Modifying Objects.

Chapter 3: Managing Views.

Book III: Annotating Drawings.

Chapter 1: Text: When Pictures Just Won’t Do.

Chapter 2: Dimensioning.

Chapter 3: Hatching Your Drawings.

Book IV: LT Differences.

Chapter 1: The LT Difference.

Chapter 2: Extending AutoCAD LT.

Chapter 3: Mixed Environments.

Book V: 3D Modeling.

Chapter 1: Introducing the Third Dimension.

Chapter 2: Using the 3D Environment.

Chapter 3: Viewing in 3D.

Chapter 4: Moving from 2D to 3D.

Chapter 5: Working with Solids.

Chapter 6: Working with Surfaces.

Chapter 7: Rendering: Lights, Cameras, AutoCAD!

Book VI: Advanced Drafting.

Chapter 1: Playing with Blocks.

Chapter 2: Dynamic Blocks.

Chapter 3: External References.

Chapter 4: Organizing Your Drawings.

Chapter 5: AutoCAD Utilities.

Book VII: Publishing Drawings.

Chapter 1: Page Setup.

Chapter 2: Sheet Sets without Regret.

Chapter 3: Print, Plot, Publish.

Book VIII: Collaboration.

Chapter 1: CAD Management: The Necessary Evil.

Chapter 2: CAD Standards.

Chapter 3: Working with Drawing Files.

Chapter 4: Sharing Electronic Files.

Book IX: Customizing AutoCAD.

Chapter 1: The Basics of Customizing AutoCAD.

Chapter 2: Customizing the Interface.

Chapter 3: Customizing the Tools.

Chapter 4: Delving Deeper into Customization.

Book X: Programming AutoCAD.

Chapter 1: The AutoCAD Programming Interfaces.

Chapter 2: Using Custom Programs.

Chapter 3: Introducing AutoLISP.

Chapter 4: Visual Basic for AutoCAD.

Index.

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