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Advanced Selection

After you've mastered the basics of selection, this tutorial shows you some powerful methods for making complex selection sets.

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Cameras

Cameras are the main viewing tools in 3D visualisation. This tutorial demonstartes how to create and control cameras.

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Object Snap

A tutorial giving an overview of all the AutoCAD object snaps (osnaps) with some worked examples. The tutorial also covers the use of temporary tracking points and object snap tracking.

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Using Images

A simple exercise to help you understand how images work in AutoCAD.

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Using Co-ordinates

All about the use of co-ordinates in AutoCAD.

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North Point Exercise

An exercise sheet, covering a range of basic skills including object snaps.

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AutoCAD 2010: The User Interface - Part 1

This video tutorial takes you on a guided tour of the AutoCAD 2010 user interface. This is the best place to start for beginners. Running time: 3min 56sec

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AutoLISP Quick Start

This tutorial is designed to help AutoCAD users get to grips with AutoLISP quickly. It demonstartes how to create AutoLISP routines from a standing start.

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Modifying Objects

This tutorial runs through all of the modify tools, demonstrating practical examples in each case.

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Selection Methods

Keeping track of and selecting objects in a scene is a crucial part of 3D modelling. Develop a good strategy for naming, selecting, grouping and displaying objects before embarking on a project. This tutorial shows you the way.

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AutoCAD 2010: Basic 3D Editing with Grips & Gizmos

AutoCAD 2010: Basic 3D Editing with Grips & Gizmos | AutoCAD

This tutorial follows on from the 3D Primitives tutorial and describes how 3D solid objects can be edited using grips and gizmos. Running time: 11min 53sec

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