Inside AutoCAD 2005
If you've ever worked on a complex architectural or engineering project, you already know what until now drafting software has failed to grasp-namely, that a complete set of plans can encompass hundreds of pages. With the release of AutoCAD 2005, you can finally combine multiple pages (and multiple drawings) in a single file. Big news when it comes to design and drafting workflows! Here to get you taking advantage of AutoCAD 2005's enhanced functionality fast is the original book on the topic-fine-tuned, focused, and thoroughly revised to help intermediate and advanced AutoCAD users just like yourself. AuthorDavid Harringtonstarts with what matters most: a guided tour of all that's new in AutoCAD 2005--including the ability to convey markup and review information in a format even nondrafters can understand. He then goes on to cover every phase of the AutoCAD workflow. Throughout, the volume combines text, tutorials, and a CD packed with lesson files to take an in-depth approach to the most important AutoCAD tasks.
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Starting New Projects
Planning and Organizing Projects
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