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AutoCAD 2010 Instructor (Mcgraw-Hill Graphics)



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EBook Description: AutoCAD 2010 Instructor includes instruction in all the new features of AutoCAD 2010, while maintaining the pedagogy and complete coverage that have always been a hallmark of the Leach text. The text is command-oriented so chapters are centered around groups of related commands. The full range of AutoCAD commands, concepts, and features is explained in the text. The author's simple writing style enables students to grasp concepts easily. Fundamental concepts are discussed first, then more advanced and specialized features.


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