Accessing AutoCAD Architecture 2011
Accessing AutoCAD Architecture 2011, 9th edition, is a comprehensive presentation of the tools included in AutoCAD Architecture 2011. The format of the text includes the introduction of tools followed by an explanation of the options of the command and how it is used in the development of drawings. A tool access table is provided for each command presented. The text includes screen captures of the dialog boxes associated with each tool. Tutorials are included throughout each chapter to show you step by step how to use the tools of the chapter. In addition, the tutorials provide you a written guide to refer to when doing the independent projects located at the end of each chapter. Projects and review questions are also provided for each chapter to reinforce your knowledge of the software. The AutoCAD Architecture 2011 software is state-of-the-art software for architectural design. Recently, programs of study in architectural technology and architecture have integrated computer-aided design within the curriculum.With this in mind, Accessing AutoCAD Architecture 2011, 9th edition, has been written in order to provide detailed and systematic explanations of the application of the tools to create architectural working drawings. The book includes techniques and tutorials that apply the software to the creation of drawings for residential and commercial buildings.
The first twelve chapters of the book provide the necessary instruction regarding the use of AutoCAD Architecture 2011 for creating architectural working drawings. The beginning chapters will step you through the placement and editing of doors, walls, windows, and roofs. The tutorials track the development of working drawings from the beginning of a residence. Specific tutorials are included to demonstrate how the software is used to create floor plans, foundation plans, elevations, and sections. Each tutorial focuses on how to access a command and how to use it to create architectural working
|May 30, 2020
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