Table of contents for AutoCAD 2002 : the complete reference / David S. Cohn.

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 Part I: AutoCAD Basics
 1: Getting Started with AutoCAD
 2: Drawing Basics
 3: Creating Simple 2-D Objects
 4: Creating More Complex 2-D Objects
 5: Viewing Your Drawing
 6: Working with Coordinates
 7: Modifying Objects

 Part II: Moving Beyond the Basics
 8: Organizing Drawing Information
 9: Getting Drawing Information
 10: Editing Complex Objects
 11: Changing Properties
 12: Adding Cross Hatching
 13: Working with Text
 14: Dimensioning Your Drawing
 15: Working with Blocks, Attributes, and
 16: Managing Content with AutoCAD DesignCenter
 17: Creating a Layout to Plot
 18: Plotting Your Drawing

 Part III: Becoming an Expert
 19: Drawing in Three Dimensions
 20: Editing in Three Dimensions
 21: Editing Three-Dimensional Solids
 22: Creating Three-Dimensional Images
 23: Using Raster Images
 24: Working with Other Applications

 Part IV: Advanced Topics
 25: Web-Enabling AutoCAD Drawings
 26: Leveraging the Internet
 27: Working with External Databases
 28: Customizing AutoCAD Without Programming
 29: Some Programming Required

 Part V: About the Appendixes Online

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