AutoCAD and Its Applications Basics 2010, 17th Edition / Edition 17by Terence M. Shumaker, David A. Madsen, David P. Madsen
Pub. Date: 06/18/2009
Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Publisher
Consisting of two books normally sold separately, this thick textbook provides step-by-step instructions for constructing and annotating 2D drawings in AutoCAD, then explains 3D modeling commands, Internet access with AutoCAD, and various customizing techniques. Most of the examples are drawn from the engineering fields. This edition covers the new features added to AutoCAD 2004. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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I have purchased on-line classes and books from teh store to try to learn AutoCAD. This one was a hit for me. The exercises were somewhat basic but they made the relevant points and prepared for the next step. I admit that I had to dig a little to understand how to do some things but I made it. I purchased the advanced book so I can customize my copy of 2010. I tink I will probably forego 3D CAD for the Revet version. Don't be afraid of this author. This is a great text and an invaluable reference book.
AutoCad and its applications basic and advanced is a hot mess. DON'T BUY. The books are loaded with mistakes, tutorials that don't even work, missing exersize files on there student website. These books will just leave you feeling confused. The exersizes and problems at the end of chapter are just thrown together with very little thought. Really disapointing!