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27th Sep 2010, 02:34 am
I'm wondering if you guys can recommend me a good AutoCAD Architecture book. I prefer digital/e-book version because shipping can be costly and take a lot of time to my country. But hardcopy is acceptable if it is really good.
27th Sep 2010, 11:18 am
The only one that comes to mind at the moment is McFarland's AutoCAD & AutoCAD LT - No Experience Required. I'm not sure if it is available as an eBook.
27th Sep 2010, 08:35 pm
Paul Aubin's Mastering Autocad Architecture #### is probably the BEST book to get for Autocad Architecture. I do not think he has an Ebook available, but it is very much well worth the cost.
28th Sep 2010, 09:58 am
Thank you Noahma.
I probably will give it a try. The shipment time is the one that bother me. Usually take 4 weeks to get here :(
Do you have some more suggestion that I can purchase? I plan to buy it from Amazon. I suppose to get the books as one package right? I'm thinking to learn ACA and AutoLISP. I know some good AutoLISP resource on the web. But I need more exercises and more detailed step-by-step tutorial.
28th Sep 2010, 05:40 pm
The book is a really thick book, so they might have to split it off in its own box from any others that might be shipped with it. I has also been soo long since I have done anything with AutodLISP, I do not have any good books that I could recommend. The Paul Aubin book though is a great book for learning Autocad Architecture.
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