AutoCAD 2004 for Interior Design and Space Planning / Edition 1by Beverly L. Kirkpatrick, James M. Kirkpatrick
Pub. Date: 08/28/2003
Teaching users how to make architectural drawings using a computer and the AutoCAD 2004 program, this easy-to-understand manual employs the prompt-response format in beginning exercises of all chapters to allow users to learn commands in a drawing situation and, then moves to an outline form in later exercises so they can apply the commands on their own. Applying all the new features of AutoCAD Release 2004e.g. redesigned AutoCAD Design Center, modeless dialog boxes, new gradient hatchings for rendering two-dimensional drawings, 3dOrbit, solidedit and new Publish command for plotting large drawing sets without user interaction autotracking, the volume provides support information, and tips and articles throughout for a completely current examination of the system. The volume details preparing to draw with AutoCAD, two-dimensional AutoCAD, isometric drawing and gradient hatch rendering, creating presentations and creating a web page using AutoCAD, using raster images and grips, three-dimensional AutoCAD, and solid modeling. For Interior Designers, Interior Decorators, Architects, Interior Architects.
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Table of Contents
I. PREPARING TO DRAW WITH AUTOCAD.
2. An Overview of the AutoCAD Program.
3. Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD.
II. TWO-DIMENSIONAL AUTOCAD.
4. Drawing with AutoCAD: Basic Commands and Settings.
5. Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms.
6. Adding Text to the Drawing.
7. Printing and Plotting.
8. Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows.
9. Dimensioning and Area Calculations.
10. Drawing Elevations, Wall Sections, and Details.
11. Drawing and Adding Specifications to Furnishings and the AutoCAD Design Center.
12. Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and Power Plan.
III. SPECIAL TOPICS.
13. Isometric Drawing and Gradient Hatch Rendering.
14. Creating Presentations and Creating a Web Page Using AutoCAD.
15. Using Raster Images and Grips.
16. Customizing Toolbars and Menus.
IV. THREE-DIMENSIONAL AUTOCAD.
17. Basic Three-Dimensional Models.
18. Solid Modeling.
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