AutoCAD 2013 for Dummies by David Byrnes and Bill Fane

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Book Title : AutoCAD 2013 for Dummies
Author(s)  : David Byrnes and Bill Fane
Publisher  : John Wiley and Sons
Edition    : 2013 Edition
Pages     : 595
Size       : 23.5 Mb

Book Description:

AutoCAD is used by everyone from engineers and architects to interior designers and draftspeople, AutoCAD 2013 is the world’s leading 2D and 3D technical drawing program. But, with so many options and features available, finding your way around AutoCAD can be a challenge, even for experienced CAD professionals. AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies is here to help. You’ll learn to build a solid foundation for all your projects, use standard CAD techniques, get familiar with new tools and features, and start sharing your models and designs in no time with this easy-to-follow guide.

AutoCAD features and techniques, navigating the AutoCAD Ribbon, drawing and editing, working with dimensions, adding text, creating 3D models through setting up a drawing environment, applying visual styles, managing data across drawings and showcasing your designs to potential clients and customers.

Book Description:
Part I: AutoCAD 101
Chapter 1: Introducing AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT
Chapter 2: Le Tour de AutoCAD 2013
Chapter 3: A Lap around the CAD Track
Chapter 4: Setup for Success
Chapter 5: Planning for Paper
Part II: Let There Be Lines
Chapter 6: Manage Your Properties
Chapter 7: Preciseliness Is Next to CADliness
Chapter 8: Along the Straight and Narrow
Chapter 9: Dangerous Curves Ahead
Chapter 10: Get a Grip on Object Selection
Chapter 11: Edit for Credit
Chapter 12: A Zoom with a View
Part III: If Drawings Could Talk
Chapter 13: Text with Character
Chapter 14: Entering New Dimensions
Chapter 15: Down the Hatch!
Chapter 16: The Plot Thickens
Part IV: Advancing with AutoCAD
Chapter 17: The ABCs of Blocks
Chapter 18: Everything from Arrays to Xrefs
Chapter 19: Call the Parametrics!
Chapter 20: Drawing on the Internet
Part V: On a 3D Spree
Chapter 21: It’s a 3D World After All
Chapter 22: From Drawings to Models
Chapter 23: On a Render Bender
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 24: Ten Great AutoCAD Resources
Chapter 25: Ten (Or So) Differences between AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT
Chapter 26: Ten System Variables to Make Your Life Easier

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