With her years of experience in writing books and teaching, she compiled her top 25 AutoCAD tips and published it as an e-book.
While the title says 25 tips, it actually has more than 25. There are 26 tips + 3 bonus tips. In 40+ pages, she explains each tips in details. If you are a beginner, don’t worry if you can’t follow it.
Who is this e-book for
This e-book will help you to complete your task faster. It doesn’t teach you how to use AutoCAD. But it will show you faster ways to accomplish your tasks.
This e-book will be very useful for beginners. She explains each tips clearly, so you will be able to follow them easily. However, AutoCAD veterans will find some useful tips too. I found at least two that I’ve never known before.
If you don’t know AutoCAD at all, this e-book is not suitable for you.
Table of contents
Ellen grouped those 25 tips to seven chapters. Here are what inside the e-book:
Chapter 1: Working with Commands
Chapter 2: Finding Coordinates Fast
Chapter 3: Selecting & Displaying Objects Quickly
Chapter 4: Editing Objects Precisely
Chapter 5: Adding Text & Dimensions Easily
Chapter 6: Streamlining Work with Named Components
Chapter 7: Opening Drawings Quickly and Creating Professional Output
If you are interested
If you are interested to purchase the e-book, you can buy Top 25 Productivity Tips Every AutoCAD User Should Know here.
The e-book price is US$ 9.95.
About Edwin Prakoso
I work as a Sr. Technical Consultant in Tech Data Advanced Solutions Indonesia. I’ve been using AutoCAD since R14 and Revit since Revit Building 9. I occasionally write for AUGIWorld magazine and also active in Autodesk discussion forum.
I’m an Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) for Revit Architecture and AutoCAD. I’m also a member of Autodesk Expert Elite, appreciation for individuals who give contribution to Autodesk community.
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