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All About Images

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

 

Creating an Image Rollover

Creating an Image Rollover | FrontPageThis tutorial demonstrates the best way to create image rollovers in Microsoft FrontPage. It also shows some variations on the basic technique along with some examples of how it could be used.

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Modifying Objects

Modifying Objects | AutoCADThis tutorial runs through all of the modify tools, demonstrating practical examples in each case.

 

Paper Space Exercise

Paper Space Exercise | AutoCADAutoCAD's paper space mode is a bit like having a page in a scrapbook onto which you can paste different views of your AutoCAD drawing. This whole page can then be plotted. This exercise demonstrates how.

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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

Extend/Trim commands

While in the middle of either of the Trim or Extend command, you don't have to exit out of one to start the other; they're virtually the same command. So if you're using Trim, and need to Extend, simply hold down the SHIFT key and it will convert to the Extend command, and vice-versa.

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AutoCAD 2010: 3D Array

AutoCAD 2010: 3D Array | AutoCAD

This tutorial introduces 3D Array tool and covers both Rectangular and Polar arrays. Despite the fact that it doesn't have a neat dialogue box, like its 2D cousin, 3D Array is pretty easy to use and can be used to create some impressive results. Running time: 3min 34sec

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