This book provides the last word on feature-by-feature comparisons of AutoCAD and MicroStation from the user's perspective. Each chapter presents a quick summary of a specific feature in AutoCAD, followed by the related feature in MicroStation. The AutoCAD software users will find the book to be a great asset in transitioning from the AutoCAD environment to the MicroStation design environment. Conversely, the book is equally valuable for the MicroStation product user who needs to make the transition to AutoCAD. Thorough coverage of translating drawings between AutoCAD and MicroStation provides vital information for users working with both platforms. For the user who works with both products and for the user who wants to know more about the "other" software package, this is the book for you.
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Frank Conforti has been involved with computer-aided design for 30 years as a designer, CAD administrator, consultant, journalist, and as the author of several CAD-related books. Mr. Conforti joined Bentley Systems in 1995 to help start the MicroStation Institute (now the Bentley Institute), Bentley's premier end-user training program. He is currently the Learning Evangelist for the Bentley Institute.
Ralph Grabowski is Editor of upFront.eZine e-newsletter and the former Senior Editor at CADalyst magazine. He is the author of more than 100 books about AutoCAD and other graphics software. His industry blog is WorldCAD Access at worldcadaccess.typepad.com.
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Book Description Delmar Cengage Learning, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110766806561