Friday, May 18, 2018

AutoCAD® For Dummies®, 17th Edition By Bill Fane

AutoCAD® For Dummies®, 17th Edition By Bill Fane 
Contents:
INTRODUCTION
PART 1: GETTING STARTED WITH AUTOCAD
CHAPTER 1: Introducing AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT
CHAPTER 2: The Grand Tour of AutoCAD
CHAPTER 3: A Lap around the CAD Track
CHAPTER 4: Setup for Success
CHAPTER 5: A Zoom with a View
PART 2: LET THERE BE LINES
CHAPTER 6: Along the Straight and Narrow
CHAPTER 7: Dangerous Curves Ahead
CHAPTER 8: Preciseliness Is Next to CADliness
CHAPTER 9: Manage Your Properties
CHAPTER 10: Grabbing Onto Object Selection
CHAPTER 11: Edit for Credit
CHAPTER 12: Planning for Paper
PART 3: IF DRAWINGS COULD TALK
CHAPTER 13: Text with Character
CHAPTER 14: Entering New Dimensions
CHAPTER 15: Down the Hatch!
CHAPTER 16: The Plot Thickens
Introduction:
Welcome to the wonderful world of AutoCAD and to the fame and fortune that awaits you as an AutoCAD user. (Would I lie to you?) Believe it or not, AutoCAD is 34 years old, having been born in December 1982, when most people thought that personal computers weren’t capable of industrial-strength tasks like CAD. The acronym stands for Computer-Aided Drafting, Computer-Aided Design, or both, depending on whom you talk to. What’s equally scary is that many of today’s hotshot AutoCAD users, and most of the readers of this book, weren’t even born when the program first hit the street and the grizzled old-timer writing these words began using it. AutoCAD remains the king of the PC computer CAD hill by a tall margin, making it one of the longest-lived computer programs ever. It’s conceivable that the long-term future of CAD may belong to special-purpose, 3D-based software such as the Autodesk Inventor and Revit programs, or to specialized market-specific variations built on top of AutoCAD. At any rate, AutoCAD’s DWG file format is the de facto standard, so AutoCAD will be where the CAD action is for the foreseeable future.

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