Accessing AutoCAD Architecture 2010 / Edition 1

Accessing AutoCAD Architecture 2010 / Edition 1

by William G. Wyatt
     
 

ACCESSING AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE 2010 uses real-world application of AutoCAD Architecture to familiarize users with tools of the software. Step-by-step tutorials and projects throughout the text clearly demonstrate and reinforce the use of applications that involve the creation of floor plans, foundation plans, elevations, sections, details, and presentation drawings

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ACCESSING AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE 2010 uses real-world application of AutoCAD Architecture to familiarize users with tools of the software. Step-by-step tutorials and projects throughout the text clearly demonstrate and reinforce the use of applications that involve the creation of floor plans, foundation plans, elevations, sections, details, and presentation drawings for a two-story residence, including a basement. Each tool is introduced and matched with a thorough explanation of the options of the command and how it is implemented in the development of drawings. Additional tutorials provide techniques for creating architectural and structural drawings for commercial buildings. The book examines the use of the Detail Component Manager and the keynoting of details as well as the newest features of annotation, wall endcaps, project tool palettes, spaces and project enhancements.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781439055618
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
06/26/2009
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
992
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.70(d)

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to AutoCAD Architecture. 2. Creating Floor Plans. 3. Advanced Wall Features. 4. Space Planning and Mass Modeling. 5. Placing Doors and Windows. 6. Door/Window Assemblies Curtain Walls. 7. Creating Roofs and Roof Slabs. 8. Creating Slabs for Floors and Ceilings. 9. Stairs and Railings. 10. Using and Creating Symbols. 11. Annotating and Documenting the Drawing. 12. Creating Elevations, Sections, and Details. 13. Drawing Commercial Structures.

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