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Using Co-ordinates

Using Co-ordinates | AutoCADAll about the use of co-ordinates in AutoCAD.

 

All About Images

All About Images | AutoCADThis tutorial tells you all you need to know about working with images in AutoCAD.

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Perspectives, Slides and Scripts

Perspectives, Slides and Scripts | AutoCADAutoCAD can be used to create a simple "walk through" of any 3D model. This tutorial shows you how.

 

Object Properties

Object Properties | AutoCADThis tutorial describes how to control the display of objects (colour, linetype etc.) using layers. It also explains what layers are and how they should be used.

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Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 2014

Learning Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 | AutoCADIn this AutoCAD 2014 training course from expert author Brian Benton, you will learn the basics of using the tools and techniques available to you in this CAD software program.

 

Advanced AutoCAD 2014

Advanced AutoCAD 2014 | AutoCADIn this advanced AutoCAD 2014 training course, expert author Brian Benton builds on your basic AutoCAD knowledge, and teaches you more advanced concepts and complex ways to apply the tools available to you in this CAD software program from Autodesk.

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Learning to use AutoCAD Sheet Sets

Learning to use AutoCAD Sheet Sets | AutoCADIn this AutoCAD Sheet Sets training course, Autodesk CAD expert Brian Benton will show you how to create and manage Sheet Sets for your CAD projects, making you more efficient and organized. This tutorial is for users that already have a working knowledge of AutoCAD and want to get more organized and efficient.

 

Photoshop for Architects

Photoshop for Architects | PhotoshopThis video based training course will teach you techniques to enhance AutoCAD drawings using Photoshop so that your plans can convey color, texture, and shadow.

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Tip of the Day

Oops is your friend

Most AutoCAD users know about the undo command, which allows you to step back through the command sequence. This is useful if you make a mistake and need to retrace your steps. But what if you deleted something a while back and in the meantime you did some useful stuff that you don't want to lose in order to recover your deleted stuff. Oops to the rescue!

The oops command recovers the last deleted selection set, without undoing everything in-between. It can also be used to recover objects removed after using block or wblock.

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AutoCAD 2010: 3D Scale & 3D Align

AutoCAD 2010: 3D Scale & 3D Align | AutoCAD

This tutorial introduces the 3D Scale and 3D Align tools. Although 3D Scale is a bit of a damp squib, 3D Align is very powerful and can get you out of all sorts of scrapes if you know how to use it correctly. Running time: 3min 42sec

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