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The AutoCAD book : drawing, modeling, and applications using AutoCAD 2004

by James M. Kirkpatrick

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Written in response to the need for a book with an easy-to-follow format designed for people with various educational backgrounds and at differing levels of computer experience.The new features of AutoCAD 2004 such as gradient hatch, plotting of rendered drawings using the new Shade Plot option in the Plot dialog box, smaller file size, multiple redo, reconfigured AutoCAD DesignCenter with the DC Online feature are covered in detail.For Architects, Contractors, Designers, Engineers, and anyone interested in learning AutoCAD 2004 for computer-aided drawing.

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