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    Hi All,

    Would any know, if you can get a drawing exercise books which gives you excerises to do.

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    Any Technical book will have excersises in it... I cant remember off the top of my head what the one we used in school was called, but if you do a search here youll find it. I know it has been talked about before.

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    AutoCAD 2009 and AutoCAD Lt 2009 - No Experience Required by Jon McFarland.

    3D AutoCAD 2009 - One Step at a Time by Timothy Sean Sykes.

    Both books have drawing exercises.

    You also find that any good after-market AutoCAD book by Finkelstein or Omura, for instance, will have drawing exercises and will include a CD with sample drawings to practice with as you follow along in the book.
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    There are also several exercises here at CAD Tutor

    http://www.cadtutor.net/tutorials/index.php?option=All

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeoRiley0 View Post
    There are also several exercises here at CAD Tutor

    http://www.cadtutor.net/tutorials/index.php?option=All
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    I've been over in the tutorials for the past two days.....
    Very useful information and exercises.


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