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Applying AutoCAD 2008 introduces new features and enhancements to existing capabilities.
What's New in 2008?
* A new default workspace called 2D Drafting & Annotation has been added.
* The new 2D Drafting and Annotation workspace employs a new Dashboard containing panels and toolbars for drawing and dimensioning in two dimensions, while new panels and features improve the Dashboard for the 3D Modeling workspace.
* New dimensioning capabilities are introduced, including a new Multileader tool and easy alignment and spacing control of dimension lines.
* New commands and features to control drawing annotations are added to simplify and improve Multiline text, text styles, tables, and the creation of bill of materials.
Part 1: GroundworkChapter 1: Exploring AutoCADChapter 2: WorkspacesChapter 3: User InterfaceChapter 4: Command EntryChapter 5: Basic ObjectsChapter 6: Object SelectionChapter 7: Entering CoordinatesChapter 8: Getting HelpChapter 9: File MaintenancePart 2: Drawing Aids and ControlsChapter 10: Object SnapChapter 11: Helpful Drawing FeaturesChapter 12: Construction AidsChapter 13: ZoomingChapter 14: Planning and ViewingPart 3: Drawing and EditingChapter 15: Solid and Curved ObjectsChapter 16: Adding and Altering ObjectsChapter 17: Moving and Duplicating ObjectsChapter 18: Modifying and ManeuveringChapter 19: Hatching and SketchingPart 4: Text and TablesChapter 20: Notes and SpecificationsChapter 21: Text Editing and Spell CheckingChapter 22: TablesPart 5: Preparing and Printing a DrawingChapter 23: Drawing SetupChapter 24: Layers and LinetypesChapter 25: Plotting and PrintingChapter 26: Multiple ViewpointsPart 6: Dimensioning and TolerancingChapter 27: Basic DimensioningChapter 28: Advanced DimensioningChapter 29: Fine-Tuning DimensionsChapter 30: TolerancingChapter 31: CalculationsPart 7: Groups and DetailsChapter 32: GroupsChapter 33: BlocksChapter 34: Dynamic BlocksChapter 35: Symbol LibrariesChapter 36: AttributesChapter 37: Bills of MaterialsPart 8: 3D Drawing and ModelingChapter 38: Isometric DrawingChapter 39: The Third DimensionChapter 40: Drawing Objects in 3DChapter 41: User Coordinate SystemsPart 9: Solid ModelingChapter 42: PrimitivesChapter 43: Basic ModelingChapter 44: Boolean OperationsChapter 45: Adjusting Solid ModelsChapter 46: Documenting Solid ModelsChapter 47: Visualization and NavigationChapter 48: Benefits of Solid Modeling