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Overview

Beginning with an exploration of the basic tools that control AutoCAD, each subsequent chapter builds on the skills learned for a well-rounded exploration of each new command relating to 2D construction documentation. All the need-to-know information that current and future architects, engineers, and designers require is provided, affording readers the efficiencies and skills they need to apply AutoCAD 2005, and its improved application in the architectural and construction fields, using the previous release as its base in their professional environment. The book is an excellent resource for new users wishing to explore the computer skills needed to excel in architectural design, as well as for experienced CAD users adjusting to the new features and functions of AutoCAD 2005.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401883874
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 9/1/2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1088
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Alan Jefferis has been a drafting instructor at Clackamas Community College-an Autodesk Premier Training Center in Oregon City, Oregon-for 30 years. Alan's professional experience includes 8 years of drafting with structural engineers and 25 years as a professional building designer. He is the owner of Residential Designs and co-author of several standard reference works, including Residential Design, Drafting and Detailing; Architectural Drafting and Design; Print Reading for Architectural and Construction Technology; Commercial Drafting and Detailing; and AutoCAD for Architecture.

Tereasa Jefferis, a graduate of Clackamas Community College and the Mechanical Systems Institute, has been an architectural drafter for 11 years. Tereasa has experience in architectural drafting, commercial plumbing drawings, and HVAC system design; she designed several of the homes shown in this text. Tereasa works as an independent contractor with structural engineering firms.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Exploring AutoCAD tools and displays
Ch. 2 Creating drawing aids
Ch. 3 Drawing and controlling lines
Ch. 4 Working with drawing files
Ch. 5 Drawing organization
Ch. 6 Drawing geometric shapes
Ch. 7 Controlling drawing accuracy
Ch. 8 Drawing display options
Ch. 9 Basic methods of selecting and modifying drawing objects
Ch. 10 Modifying the position and size of drawing objects
Ch. 11 Polylines
Ch. 12 Supplemental drawing commands
Ch. 13 Controlling lines, colors, and layers
Ch. 14 Placing patterns in drawing objects
Ch. 15 Inquiry commands
Ch. 16 Placing text on a drawing
Ch. 17 Introduction to dimensions
Ch. 18 Placing dimensions on drawings
Ch. 19 Creating blocks and Wblocks
Ch. 20 Adding attributes to enhance blocks
Ch. 21 Oblique and isometric drawings
Ch. 22 Working with multiple drawings
Ch. 23 Combining drawings using Xref
Ch. 24 Working with layouts and viewports
Ch. 25 Controlling output
Ch. 26 AutoCAD and the Internet
Ch. 27 Working with sheet sets
Ch. 28 AutoCAD 2005
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