Introducing AutoCAD 2005

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Introducing AutoCAD 2005 presents an organized assemblage of concise instructions for learning how to use today's leading desktop design and drawing software! Written specifically for first time users of AutoCAD, this up-to-date manual sets novices up for success with its abundant easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations that relay the key AutoCAD commands and capabilities from basic installation through 2D drawing. State-of-the-art AutoCAD 2005 functionality is featured, including progressive examples of ...

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Overview

Introducing AutoCAD 2005 presents an organized assemblage of concise instructions for learning how to use today's leading desktop design and drawing software! Written specifically for first time users of AutoCAD, this up-to-date manual sets novices up for success with its abundant easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations that relay the key AutoCAD commands and capabilities from basic installation through 2D drawing. State-of-the-art AutoCAD 2005 functionality is featured, including progressive examples of "prompt-response" sequences accompanied by illustrations that reinforce understanding. A vast assortment of discipline-specific exercises and projects in this edition guide new users to proficient use of AutoCAD 2005.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781401850593
  • Publisher: Cengage Delmar Learning
  • Publication date: 1/1/2004
  • Edition description: Book & CD
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 8.56 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Thomas A. Stellman conducts AutoLISP® seminars, has published in CADENCE magazine, and has recently retired as project coordinator for a state-of-the-art engineering firm. He is the author of Delmar's PRACTICAL AUTOLISP and has been teaching for more than eight years.
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Table of Contents

SECTION 1: OUT-OF-THE-BOX.STARTING AUTOCAD.AUTOCAD SCREEN.AUTOCAD COMMANDS AND INPUT METHODS.USING DIALOG BOXES.GETTING HELP.DRAWINGS AS COMPUTER FILES - COMPUTER FILES AS DRAWINGS:BEGINNING A NEW DRAWING WITH THE NEW COMMAND: (STARTUP SYSTEM VARIABLE SET TO 0).OPENING AN EXISTING DRAWING WITH THE OPEN COMMAND.STARTING AUTOCAD WITH A DIALOG BOX: (STARTUP SYSTEM VARIABLE SET TO 1).BEGINNING A NEW DRAWING WITH THE NEW COMMAND: (STARTUP SYSTEM VARIABLE SET TO 1).SAVING A DRAWING.WORKING WITH MULTIPLE DRAWINGS. EXITING AUTOCAD.CREATING A WORLD FOR CREATING OBJECTS: COORDINATE SYSTEMS.CHANGING UNITS.CHANGING THE LIMITS.DRAFTING SETTINGS. CREATING THOSE OBJECTS:CONSTRUCTING GEOMETRIC FIGURES.PICKING IT OUT: OBJECT SELECTION.BEING NOSY (Using your proactive curiosity):INFORMATION ABOUT OBJECTS.COPYING (NOT REALLY CHEATING) AND CHANGING THINGS: MODIFYING OBJECTS AND CREATING OBJECTS FROM EXISTING OBJECTS.THE FLAT EARTH SOCIETY (STACKED AND SEE-THROUGH): CREATING AND MODIFYING LAYER SYSTEM.CREATING A WORLD OF WORDS: DRAWING TEXT.DRAWING CONSTRUCTION LINES.THE SIZE OF IT ALL: DIMENSION TERMINOLOGY.ASSOCIATIVE/NON-ASSOCIATIVE/EXPLODED DIMENSIONS.DIMENSIONING COMMANDS.GARBAGE PICK-UP AND OTHER UTILITIES: U, UNDO,AND REDO COMMANDS.SECTION TWO -A Bigger World: CHANGING THE SIZE OF YOUR WORLD AND YOUR POINT OF VIEW: DISPLAY CONTROL.SETTING MULTIPLE VIEWPORTS.GETTING TO THE POINT: DRAFTING SETTINGS.POLAR TRACKING and OBJECT SNAP TRACKING.CREATING COMPLEX OBJECTS: DRAWING ELLIPSES.DRAWING POLYLINES.CREATING MULTILINE TEXT.ANOTHER WAY TO SELECT OBJECTS: OBJECT SELECTION MODES. CREATING OBJECTS FROM OTHER OBJECTS.MODIFYING OBJECTS.USING FANCY WORDS (AND OTHER CHARACTERS): CREATING AND MODIFYING TEXT STYLES.EDITING TEXT.GETTING A GRIP ON THINGS: EDITING WITH GRIPS.SETTING THE LINETYPE SCALE FACTOR.SECTION THREE -The Package Is Complete (Not The End Of The World).CONSTRUCTING GEOMETRIC FIGURES.WHAT IS HATCHING?MODIFYING OBJECTS.EDITING HATCHES.CONTROLLING THE VISIBILITY OF HATCH PATTERNS.SELECTING OBJECTS BY QUICK SELECT.SELECTION SET BY FILTER TOOL.CHANGING PROPERTIES OF SELECTED OBJECTS.GROUPING OBJECTS.SYSTEM VARIABLES.ALL SIZES FIT ONE: DIMENSIONING COMMANDS.EDITING DIMENSION TEXT.DIMENSION STYLES.OVERRIDING THE DIMENSION FEATURE.UPDATING DIMENSIONS.THE PLOT GETS THICKER: PLANNING THE PLOTTED SHEET.WORKING IN MODEL SPACE AND PAPER SPACE.PLOTTING FROM MODEL SPACE.PLOTTING FROM LAYOUT (WYSIWYG).CREATING AND MODIFYING PLOT STYLE TABLES.CHANGING PLOT STYLE PROPERTY FOR AN OBJECT OR LAYER.CONFIGURING PLOTTERS.BATCH PLOTTING.NEW ON THE BLOCK: CREATING BLOCKS.INSERTING BLOCK REFERENCES.NESTED BLOCKS.EXPLODE COMMAND.INTRODUCTION TO ATTRIBUTES. ATTRIBUTE COMMANDS.DIVIDING OBJECTS.MEASURING OBJECTS.DRAWINGS IN DRAWINGS: EXTERNAL REFERENCES AND IMAGES.EXTERNAL REFERENCES AND DEPENDENT SYMBOLS.ATTACHING AND MANIPULATING WITH THE XREF COMMAND.ADDING DEPENDENT SYMBOLS TO THE CURRENT DRAWING.CONTROLLING THE DISPLAY OF EXTERNAL REFERENCES.EDITING REFERENCE FILES/XREF EDIT CONTROL.MANAGING EXTERNAL REFERENCES.MISSION CONTROL: AutoCAD DesignCenter.CUSTOMIZING: TOOL PALETTES.PARTIAL LOAD.DRAWING PROPERTIES.MANAGING NAMED OBJECTS712.DELETING UNUSED NAMED OBJECTS.UTILITY DISPLAY COMMANDS.OBJECT PROPERTIES.CUSTOM SETTINGS WITH THE OPTIONS DIALOG BOX.SAVING OBJECTS IN OTHER FILE FORMATS (EXPORTING).IMPORTING VARIOUS FILE FORMATS.STANDARDS.LAUNCHING THE DEFAULT WEB BROWSER.UNIFORM RESOURCE LOCATOR.COMMUNICATION CENTER.OPENING AND SAVING DRAWINGS FROM THE INTERNET.WORKING WITH HYPERLINKS.DESIGN WEB FORMAT.ETRANSMIT UTILITY.

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