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This second volume in the Using AutoCAD set explains how to use all the commands required for working with multiple drawings, creating 3D designs and renderings, and programming and customizing using AutoCAD® 2005. Intended for intermediate-to-advanced users, this book's tutorial-style approach takes readers in-depth through every option of the featured AutoCAD commands. Readers are then given opportunities to practice and apply the commands to the principles of advanced drafting, 3D design, externally referenced drawings, layouts, and AutoLISP®. Plentiful drawing problems and end-of-chapter review questions give users a hands-on experience that will speed them to proficiency using Autodesk's newest release for design and drafting.

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Library Journal
New versions of AutoCAD appear like clockwork (see Computer Media, LJ 3/1/04), and all medium and larger public libraries and academic libraries serving drafting, design, or similar programs should update their guides. Intended for classroom use or self-study, Problem-Solving covers all aspects of using AutoCAD, from starting a new drawing to customizing menus. Each chapter includes a self-evaluation test and review questions, and additional exercises and tutorials are available online. Nicely thorough, but a bit pricey for most libraries, so purchase where demand warrants or where AutoCAD courses are offered. Quick Reference, though clear and concise, may be more useful as a text for individuals than as a library purchase. This richly illustrated alphabetical guide explains all commands in AutoCAD 2005 and earlier versions; optional for larger libraries. Appropriate for self-study, both volumes of Using AutoCAD 2005 contain CDs with tutorial files and exercises, plus chapter review questions and step-by-step tutorials. Basics covers getting started with the software and doing simple 2-D drafting, while Advanced tackles working with multiple drawings, programming and customization, and 3-D design. Features new to v. 2004 and 2005 are highlighted in the text, explanations are clear, and generous illustrations demonstrate commands. Both are recommended for all libraries. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401883867
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 9/15/2004
  • Edition description: Book, CR-ROM & Online Resource
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 672
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.02 (h) x 0.97 (d)

Meet the Author

Ralph Grabowski is the editor of upFront.eZine, the weekly e-newsletter that reports on the business of CAD [computer-aided design]. Ralph has been writing about CAD since 1985, and is the author of over 100 books and e-books on CAD, graphics, and the Internet. His favorite hobby is digital photography, but also enjoys reading non-fiction, exploring new cities, and spending time with his family. He received his B.A.Sc. degree in civil engineering from the University of British Columbia.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Drawing with advanced objects 3
Ch. 2 Working with multiple drawings 29
Ch. 3 Managing sheet sets 67
Ch. 4 Accessing the Internet 105
Ch. 5 Importing and exporting files 141
Ch. 6 Attaching attribute data 165
Ch. 7 Introducing database links 195
Ch. 8 Isometric drafting 215
Ch. 9 Viewing in 3D 241
Ch. 10 Basic 3D drafting and editing 281
Ch. 11 3D surface modeling 307
Ch. 12 Creating solid models 333
Ch. 13 Editing solid models 379
Ch. 14 Hiding, shading, and rendering 421
Ch. 15 Placing raster images 465
Ch. 16 Toolbar customization 491
Ch. 17 Accelerators, aliases, & scripts 511
Ch. 18 AutoLISP programming 525
App. A AutoCAD commands, aliases, and keyboard shortcuts 555
App. B AutoCAD system variables 575
App. C AutoCAD toolbars and menus 605
App. D AutoLISP functions 619
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