AutoCAD for beginners

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New Riders Pub., 1991 - Computers - 539 pages
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The first source for beginning AutoCAD users!
-- Beginners learn how to create production drawings, work with text, and add dimensioning
-- Loaded with practical examples and lessons

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Contents

Introduction
1
Drawing Accurately 71
2
Introducing DOS and File Management
7
Using AutoCAD Menus and Commands
33
Summary
115
Drawing Big on a Small Screen
163
Specifying Drawing Limits
170
Working with Multiple Views and Viewports
177
Creating Parallel Entities with OFFSET
353
Growing into 3D
369
Creating 3D Polylines with 3DPOLY
411
Summary
417
Dimensioning Drawings
419
Composing Annotating and Plotting
471
Composing Multiview Paper Space Plot Sheets
477
Adding a Section View and Brace
483

Blocks and Xrefs
215
Enhancing and Correcting Your Work
253
Using CHPROP
315
Editing Constructively
321
Moving Objects with the MOVE Command
328
Editing Individual Polyline Vertices
341
Using the Hatch PullDown and Icon Menus
490
Annotating and Dimensioning
496
Plotting or Printing a Drawing
502
Summary
515
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