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Applying AutoCAD 2008 / Edition 1
     

Applying AutoCAD 2008 / Edition 1

by Terry Wohlers
 

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ISBN-10: 0078801532

ISBN-13: 9780078801532

Pub. Date: 07/23/2007

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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

Overview

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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780078801532
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
07/23/2007
Series:
Applying AutoCAD Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
832
Product dimensions:
8.10(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.50(d)
Age Range:
15 - 18 Years

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Groundwork


Chapter 1: Exploring AutoCAD


Chapter 2: Workspaces


Chapter 3: User Interface


Chapter 4: Command Entry


Chapter 5: Basic Objects


Chapter 6: Object Selection


Chapter 7: Entering Coordinates


Chapter 8: Getting Help


Chapter 9: File Maintenance


Part 2: Drawing Aids and Controls


Chapter 10: Object Snap


Chapter 11: Helpful Drawing Features


Chapter 12: Construction Aids


Chapter 13: Zooming


Chapter 14: Planning and Viewing


Part 3: Drawing and Editing


Chapter 15: Solid and Curved Objects


Chapter 16: Adding and Altering Objects


Chapter 17: Moving and Duplicating Objects


Chapter 18: Modifying and Maneuvering


Chapter 19: Hatching and Sketching


Part 4: Text and Tables


Chapter 20: Notes and Specifications


Chapter 21: Text Editing and Spell Checking


Chapter 22: Tables


Part 5: Preparing and Printing a Drawing


Chapter 23: Drawing Setup


Chapter 24: Layers and Linetypes


Chapter 25: Plotting and Printing


Chapter 26: Multiple Viewpoints


Part 6: Dimensioning and Tolerancing


Chapter 27: Basic Dimensioning


Chapter 28: Advanced Dimensioning


Chapter 29: Fine-Tuning Dimensions


Chapter 30: Tolerancing


Chapter 31: Calculations


Part 7: Groups and Details


Chapter 32: Groups


Chapter 33: Blocks


Chapter 34: Dynamic Blocks


Chapter 35: Symbol Libraries


Chapter 36: Attributes


Chapter 37: Bills of Materials


Part 8: 3D Drawing and Modeling


Chapter 38: Isometric Drawing


Chapter 39: The Third Dimension


Chapter 40: Drawing Objects in 3D


Chapter 41: User Coordinate Systems


Part 9: Solid Modeling


Chapter 42: Primitives


Chapter 43: Basic Modeling


Chapter 44: Boolean Operations


Chapter 45: Adjusting Solid Models


Chapter 46: Documenting Solid Models


Chapter 47: Visualization and Navigation


Chapter 48: Benefits of Solid Modeling


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