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For courses in Interior Design, Space Planning, Computer-Aided Design, Computer Graphics and Architectural Graphics.This manual teaches users how to make architectural drawings using a computer and the AutoCAD 2004 program. This easy-to-understand book employs the prompt-response format in beginning exercises of all chapters to allow users to learn commands in a drawing situation. The text then provides exercises so users can apply the commands on their own. New features of AutoCAD Release 2004 are described-e.g.: redesigned AutoCAD Design Center, modeless dialog boxes, new gradient hatch patterns for rendering isometric and two-dimensional drawings, and easy printing and plotting of 3-D rendered models.
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This text is written specifically for students and practitioners of interior design and covers 2- and 3-dimensional aspects of AutoCAD® 2004. It includes the following features to help users learn, practice, and master AutoCAD skills:
AutOCAD® has become the industry standard graphics program for interior design and space planning; it is used to complete the many drawings that make up a design project. Many design firms have adopted AutoCAD as their standard because
To be successful in design today; students must be proficient in the use of AutoCAD as it relates to interior design and space planning. This need for a specific AutoCAD textbook is what led us to write AutoCAD® for Interior Design and Space Planning.
The newly updated text, for AutoCAD 2004, is divided into four parts:
This new edition includes many features designed to help the reader master AutoCAD 2004.
Most importantly, this text was written to help you, the reader, master the AutoCAD program, which will be a valuable tool in your professional career. We would like to thank the reviewers of the manuscript: Zane D. Curry, Ph.D., Texas Tech University and Christine Spangler, George Washington University We extend a special thank you to Stephanie Clemons and her students at Colorado State University for testing the manuscript in their classroom.
We would also like to acknowledge the following people, who contributed ideas and drawings: Mary Peyton, IALD, TES (Lighting Consultant), Roy Peyton, John Sample, Katherine Broadwell, Curran C. Redman, S. Vic Jones, W M. Stevens, John Brooks, Bill Sorrells, and the CAD students at Eastfield College. Finally, we would like to thank Autodesk, Inc.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0131136038
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0131136038