Commercial Design Using AutoCAD 2011 is designed for the architectural student using AutoCAD 2011. The intent is to provide the student with a well-rounded knowledge of tools and techniques for use in both school and industry. This text takes a project based approach to learning AutoCAD in which the student develops a campus library. Each book comes with a CD containing numerous video presentations of the written material. The first two chapters are intended to get the reader familiar with the user interface as well as the most common menus, tools and commands that are required to work effectively with AutoCAD 2011. By the end of chapter two the student will be excited and prepared to take on a much larger project. Throughout the rest of the book the student develops the campus library. Using step-by-step tutorial lessons, the library project is followed through to create FFE plans, interior elevations, schedules, and details. In these chapters many of the additional tools and features of AutoCAD 2011 are covered in greater detail. General building codes and industry standard conventions are covered in a way that is applicable to the current exercise.Keyboard Shortcuts: Many commands in AutoCAD have a keyboard shortcut, which means you can press a key(s) on the keyboard ... This is basically your ownera#39;s manual; from this window you can research the ainsa and aoutsa of the program.
|Title||:||Commercial Design Using AutoCAD 2011|
|Author||:||Daniel John Stine|
|Publisher||:||SDC Publications - 2010-08-09|