Applying AutoCAD 2006, Student Edition / Edition 13

Applying AutoCAD 2006, Student Edition / Edition 13

by Terry Wohlers, McGraw-Hill Education
     
 

Applying AutoCAD 2006 is a comprehensive, basic CAD textbook providing step-by-step instruction for new users of the AutoCAD computer-aided drafting and design, version 2006. Applying AutoCAD 2006 is a major revision to accommodate the changes in AutoCAD 2006 software. New chapters on dynamic blocks and tables bring Applying AutoCAD 2006 into the 21st century.See more details below

Overview

Applying AutoCAD 2006 is a comprehensive, basic CAD textbook providing step-by-step instruction for new users of the AutoCAD computer-aided drafting and design, version 2006. Applying AutoCAD 2006 is a major revision to accommodate the changes in AutoCAD 2006 software. New chapters on dynamic blocks and tables bring Applying AutoCAD 2006 into the 21st century.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780078738371
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
08/15/2005
Edition description:
Student
Pages:
780
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.60(d)
Age Range:
15 - 18 Years

Table of Contents

Part 1: GroundworkChapter 1 Exploring AutoCADChapter 2 User InterfaceChapter 3 Command EntryChapter 4 Basic ObjectsChapter 5 Object SelectionChapter 6 Entering CoordinatesChapter 7 Getting HelpChapter 8 File MaintenancePart 2: Drawing Aids and ControlsChapter 9 Object SnapChapter 10 Helpful Drawing FeaturesChapter 11 Construction AidsChapter 12 A Closer LookChapter 13 Panning and ViewingPart 3: Drawing and EditingChapter 14 Solid and Curved ObjectsChapter 15 Adding and Altering ObjectsChapter 16 Moving and Duplicating ObjectsChapter 17 Modifying and ManeuveringChapter 18 Hatching and SketchingPart 4: Text and TablesChapter 19 Notes and SpecificationsChapter 20 Text Editing and Spell CheckingChapter 21 TablesPart 5: Preparing and Printing a DrawingChapter 22 Drawing SetupChapter 23 Layers and LinetypesChapter 24 Plotting and PrintingChapter 25 Multiple ViewportsPart 6: Dimensioning and TolerancingChapter 26 Basic DimensioningChapter 27 Advanced DimensioningChapter 28 Fine-Tuning DimensionsChapter 29 TolerancingChapter 30 CalculationsPart 7: Groups and DetailsChapter 31 GroupsChapter 32 BlocksChapter 33 Dynamic BlocksChapter 34 Symbol LibrariesChapter 35 AttributesChapter 36 Bills of MaterialsPart 8: 3D Drawing and ModelingChapter 37 Isometric DrawingChapter 38 The Third DimensionChapter 39 User Coordinate SystemsPart 9: Solid ModelingChapter 40 Solid PrimitivesChapter 41 Basic Solid ModelingChapter 42 Boolean OperationsChapter 43 Adjusting Solid ModelsChapter 44 Downstream BenefitsChapter 45 Documenting Solid ModelsChapter 46 Physical Benefits of Solid Modeling

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