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INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD® 2017 2D AND 3D DESIGN By BERND S. PALM AND ALF YARWOOD

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD® 2017 2D AND 3D DESIGN By BERND S. PALM AND ALF YARWOOD
Contents:
Chapter 1. Introducing AutoCAD 2017
Chapter 2. Calling Tools
Chapter 3. Introducing Drawing
Chapter 4. Draw Tools and Object Snap
Chapter 5. Zoom, Pan and Templates
Chapter 6. The Modify Tools
Chapter 7. Layers and Hatching
Chapter 8. Orthographic, Isometric and Centerlines
Chapter 9. Introducing 3D Modeling
Chapter 10. 3D Models in Viewports
Chapter 11. The Modification of 3D Models
Chapter 12. Layout, Dimensions and Text
Chapter 13. Blocks and Inserts
Chapter 14. Other Types of File Format
Chapter 15. Sheet Sets
Chapter 16. Rendering
Chapter 17. Building Drawing
Chapter 18. Three-Dimensional Space
Chapter 19. Editing 3D Solid Models
Chapter 20. Internet Tools and Help
Chapter 21. Design and AutoCAD 2017
Preface:
AutoCAD 2017 is designed to work in a Windows operating system In general, to open AutoCAD 2017 double-click on the AutoCAD shortcut in the Windows desktop (Fig. 1.1). When working in education or in industry, computers may be confi gured to allow other methods of opening AutoCAD, such as a list appearing on the computer in use when the computer is switched on, from which the operator can select the program he/she wishes to use. When AutoCAD 2017 is opened, the Start page appears, giving access to recent drawings, system information and the Start Drawin button (Fig. 1.2). After starting a new drawing a new window is shown, depending upon whether a 3D Basics, a 3D Modeling, or a Drafting & Annotation workspace has been set as QNEW (in the Options dialog). In this example, the Drafting & Annotation workspace is shown and includes the Ribbon with Tool panels (Fig. 1.3).

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