Introduction. Part I: AutoCAD 101. Chapter 1: Introducing AutoCAD 2004. Chapter 2: Le Tour de AutoCAD 2004. Chapter 3: Setup for Success. Part II: Let There Be Lines. Chapter 4: Get Ready to Draw. Chapter 5: Where to Draw the Line. Chapter 6: Edit for Credit. Chapter 7: A Zoom with a View. Chapter 8: On a 3D Spree. Part III: If Drawings Could Talk. Chapter 9: Text with Character. Chapter 10: Entering New Dimensions. Chapter 11: Down the Hatch. Chapter 12: The Plot Thickens. Part IV: Share and Share Alike. Chapter 13: Playing Blocks and Rasteroids. Chapter 14: CAD Standards Rule. Chapter 15: Drawing on the Internet. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 16: Ten Ways to Do No Harm. Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Swap Drawing Data with Other People and Programs. Index.
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