Applying AutoCAD 2005, Student Edition / Edition 11

Applying AutoCAD 2005, Student Edition / Edition 11

by Terry Wohlers
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McGraw-Hill Education

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Applying AutoCAD 2005, Student Edition / Edition 11

Applying AutoCAD 2005 is a comprehensive, basic CAD textbook providing step-by-step instruction for new users of the AutoCAD computer-aided drafting and design software, version 2005. It covers the AutoCAD commands and functions used to create, edit, store, and print engineering drawings. New to this edition: Table Style Manager, Plot and Publish, Layer Properties Manager.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780078681585
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 08/23/2004
Series: Applying Autocad Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 764
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.60(d)
Age Range: 15 - 18 Years

Table of Contents

Part 1: Groundwork
Chapter 1 Exploring AutoCAD
Chapter 2 User Interface
Chapter 3 Entering Commands
Chapter 4 Basic Objects
Chapter 5 Object Selection
Chapter 6 Entering Coordinates
Chapter 7 Securing Help
Chapter 8 File Maintenance
Part 2: Drawing Aids and Controls
Chapter 9 Object Snap
Chapter 10 Helpful Drawing Features
Chapter 11 Construction Aids
Chapter 12 AutoCAD's Magnifying Glass
Chapter 13 Panning and Viewing
Part 3: Drawing and Editing
Chapter 14 Solid and Curved Objects
Chapter 15 Adding and Altering Objects
Chapter 16 Moving and Duplicating Objects
Chapter 17 Modifying and Maneuvering
Chapter 18 Notes and Specifications
Chapter 19 Text Edition and Spell Checking
Chapter 20 Hatching and Sketching
Part 4: Preparing and Printing a Drawing
Chapter 21 Drawing Setup
Chapter 22 Layers and Linetypes
Chapter 23 Plotting and Printing
Chapter 24 Multiple Viewports
Part 5: Dimensioning and Tolerancing
Chapter 25 Basic Dimensioning
Chapter 26 Advanced Dimensioning
Chapter 27 Fine-Tuning Dimensions
Chapter 28 Tolerancing
Chapter 29 A Calculating Strategy
Part 6: Groups and Details
Chapter 30 Groups
Chapter 31 Building Blocks
Chapter 32 Symbol Libraries
Chapter 33 Attributes
Chapter 34 Bills of Materials
Part 7: Drawing and Modeling
Chapter 35 Isometric Drawing
Chapter 36 The Third Dimension
Chapter 37 User Coordinate Systems
Part 8: 3D Drawing and Modeling
Chapter 38 Solid Primitives
Chapter 39 Basic Solid Modeling
Chapter 40 Boolean Operations
Chapter 41 Tailoring Solid Models
Chapter 42 Downstream Benefits
Chapter 43 Documenting Solid Models
Chapter 44 Physical Benefits of Solid Modeling

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