Table of contents for AutoCAD 14 : the complete reference / David S. Cohn.

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 Part I: AutoCAD Basics. 
 Getting Started with AutoCAD. 
 Drawing Basics.
 Creating Simple 2-D Objects. 
 Creating More Complex 2-D Objects. 
 Viewing Your Drawing. 
 Working with Coordinates. 
 Modifying Objects. 
 Part II: Moving Beyond the Basics. 
 Organizing Drawing Information. 
 Getting Drawing Information. 
 Editing Complex Objects. 
 Changing Properties.
 Adding Cross Hatching. 
 Working with Text. 
 Dimensioning Your Drawing.
 Working with Blocks, Attributes, and External References. 
 Producing Paper Drawings. 
 Part III: Becoming an Expert. 
 Drawing in Three Dimensions.
 Editing in Three Dimensions. 
 Creating Three-Dimensional Images. 
 Using Raster Images. 
 Working with Other Applications. 
 Part IV: Advanced Topics. 
 Web-Enabling AutoCAD Drawings. 
 Leveraging the Internet. 
 Working with External Databases. 
 Customizing AutoCAD Without Programming. 
 Some Programming Required. 
 Part V: Appendixes: 
 A: AutoCAD Command REference. 
 B: System Variable Reference. 
 C: Installation and Configuration. 
 D: File Types. 
 E: Glossary. 
 F: What's on the Companion CD.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Computer graphics, AutoCAD