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AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCAD LT 2007 bible / Ellen Finkelstein.

By: Finkelstein, Ellen
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley Pub., c2006Edition: 1st edDescription: xli, 1252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 0471788864 (pbk. ); 9780471788867 (pbk. )Subject(s): AutoCAD | Computer graphics | Computer-aided designDDC classification: 620.004 LOC classification: T385 | .F54458 2006Online resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information | Table of contents only
Partial contents:
pt. I. Auto CAD and AutoCAD LT basics -- Quick start. Drawing a window -- 1. Starting to draw -- 2. Opening a drawing -- 3. Using commands -- 4. Specifying coordinates -- 5. Setting up a drawing -- pt. II. Drawing in two dimensions -- 6. Drawing simple lines -- 7. Drawing curves and points -- 8. Viewing your drawing -- 9. Editing your drawing with basic tools -- 10. Editing our drawing with advanced tools -- 11. Organizing drawings with layers, colors, linetypes, and lineweights -- 12. Obtaining information from your drawing -- 13. Creating text -- 14. Drawing dimensions -- 15. Creating dimension styles and tolerances -- 16. Drawing complex objects -- 17. Plotting and printing your drawing -- pt. III. Working with data -- 18. Working with blocks and attributes -- 19. Referencing other drawings -- 20. Working with external databases -- pt. IV. Drawing in three dimensions -- 21. Specifying 3D coordinates -- 22. Viewing 3D drawings -- 23. Creating 3D surfaces -- 24. Creating solids and editing in 3D -- 25. Rendering in 3D -- pt. V. Organizing and managing drawings -- 26. Keeping control of your drawings -- 27. Working with other applications -- 28. Getting on the Internet -- pt. VI. Customizing AutoCAD -- 29. Customizing commands, toolbars, and tool palettes -- 30. Creating macros and slide shows with script files -- 31. Creating your own linetypes and hatch patterns -- 32. Creating shapes and fonts -- 33. Customizing menus -- pt. VII. Programming AutoCAD -- 34. Understanding AutoLISP and Visual LISP Basics -- 35. Exploring AutoLISP further -- 36. Exploring advanced AutoLISP topics -- 37. Programming with Visual Basic for applications -- pt. VIII. Appendixes -- Appendix A. Installing and configuring AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT -- Appendix B. AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT resources -- Appendix C. What's on the CD-ROM.
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pt. I. Auto CAD and AutoCAD LT basics -- Quick start. Drawing a window -- 1. Starting to draw -- 2. Opening a drawing -- 3. Using commands -- 4. Specifying coordinates -- 5. Setting up a drawing -- pt. II. Drawing in two dimensions -- 6. Drawing simple lines -- 7. Drawing curves and points -- 8. Viewing your drawing -- 9. Editing your drawing with basic tools -- 10. Editing our drawing with advanced tools -- 11. Organizing drawings with layers, colors, linetypes, and lineweights -- 12. Obtaining information from your drawing -- 13. Creating text -- 14. Drawing dimensions -- 15. Creating dimension styles and tolerances -- 16. Drawing complex objects -- 17. Plotting and printing your drawing -- pt. III. Working with data -- 18. Working with blocks and attributes -- 19. Referencing other drawings -- 20. Working with external databases -- pt. IV. Drawing in three dimensions -- 21. Specifying 3D coordinates -- 22. Viewing 3D drawings -- 23. Creating 3D surfaces -- 24. Creating solids and editing in 3D -- 25. Rendering in 3D -- pt. V. Organizing and managing drawings -- 26. Keeping control of your drawings -- 27. Working with other applications -- 28. Getting on the Internet -- pt. VI. Customizing AutoCAD -- 29. Customizing commands, toolbars, and tool palettes -- 30. Creating macros and slide shows with script files -- 31. Creating your own linetypes and hatch patterns -- 32. Creating shapes and fonts -- 33. Customizing menus -- pt. VII. Programming AutoCAD -- 34. Understanding AutoLISP and Visual LISP Basics -- 35. Exploring AutoLISP further -- 36. Exploring advanced AutoLISP topics -- 37. Programming with Visual Basic for applications -- pt. VIII. Appendixes -- Appendix A. Installing and configuring AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT -- Appendix B. AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT resources -- Appendix C. What's on the CD-ROM.

System requirements: Windows 2000 or Windows XP; PC with Pentium processor running at 200 mhz or faster; at least 64 mb of total RAM, 128 mb for best performance; Ethernet network interface card (NIC) or modem with a speed of at least 28,800 bps; CD-ROM drive.

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