29th Feb 2004, 08:47 am
I am from the "old school" of drafting in the field of Architecture doing drawings for construction on the board. I took a class in Autocad at a Junior College about seven years ago not thinking I would ever really use it but was "intererested". It was with AutoCad Release 11 and the following semester I took AutoCad Release 12 but dropped the course due to relocating to the Pacific Northwest and retirement. My old employer has recently contacted me to see if I was interested in doing drawings for him once again due to the ability to do drawings using email and the Internet. I was very good in the area of design and structure. I have WindowsXp and AutoCad2000 and am told I need a workbook from AutoCad14 that would take me through all of the necessary steps of brushing up on what I had learned long ago and be ready to take on actual Architectural drawings verses Mechanical with this knowledge. Any feed back or advice here would be greately appreciated.