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AutoCAD 2010 Elliot Gindis

AutoCAD 2010

Elliot Gindis

Published November 16th 2009
ISBN : 9780123757203
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520 pages
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Gindis introduces AutoCAD with step-by-step instructions, stripping away complexities to begin working in AutoCAD immediately. All concepts are explained first in theory, and then shown in practice, helping the reader understand what it is they areMoreGindis introduces AutoCAD with step-by-step instructions, stripping away complexities to begin working in AutoCAD immediately. All concepts are explained first in theory, and then shown in practice, helping the reader understand what it is they are doing and why before they do it.The book contains supporting graphics (screen shots) and a summary with a self-test section at the end of each chapter. Also included are drawing examples and exercises, and two running projects that the reader works on as they progresses through the chaptersExplains the why and how of AutoCAD commands: all concepts are explained first in theory and then covered in step-by-step detailExtensive use of screen shots, chapter summaries, and a self-test section at the end of each chapter Includes drawing examples and exercises, and two running projects that the reader works on as he/she progresses through the chaptersEach chapter features a Spotlight On... section, highlighting the use of AutoCAD in various industries Fully updated for AutoCAD 2010 release, including introduction of the ribbon menu structure in chapter 1Strips away complexities, both real and perceived, and reduces AutoCAD to easy-to-understand basic concepts- using the authors extensive multi-industry knowledge of what is widely used in practice, the material is presented by immediately immersing the reader in practical, critically essential knowledgeStrips away complexities, both real and perceived and reduces AutoCAD to easy-to-understand basic conceptsExplains the why and how of AutoCAD commands: all concepts are explained first in theory, and only then is AutoCAD introduced and the actual button pushing discussed.All basic commands are documented step-by-step, meaning that what the reader needs to type in and how AutoCAD responds is all spelled out in discrete and clear steps with screen shots added as needed.Using the authors extensive multi-industry knowledge of what is important and widely used in practice the material is presented by immediately immersing the reader in practical, critically essential knowledge, with no padding of text or filler material.