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Creating a title block with Attributes
Creating a title block with Attributes
This tutorial will show you how to create a Title Block - using Attributes in place of regular text. It's a great time saver. This tutorial is part of a complete AutoCAD course.
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Introduction to Customizing AutoCAD
Introduction to Customizing AutoCAD
This tutorial shows how to create keyboard shortcuts and customize AutoCAD's menus. This tutorial is part of a free and complete course.
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Introduction to Lighting and Rendering
Introduction to Lighting and Rendering
This tutorial shows how to create a rendering in AutoCAD using backgrounds and lighting techniques. This tutorial is part of a free and complete course.
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Curve From Sketcher - Ii
Curve From Sketcher - Ii
This task will show you how to generate 3D curves from the available 2D drawings and how to analyse them. The final objective of this webtraining task is to generate a 3D profile of a chair that will be completed using the surface Modeling techniques.
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Migrating 2000`s Express Tools To 2002
Migrating 2000`s Express Tools To 2002
If you are upgrading from AutoCAD 2000 to AutoCAD 2002 and also have Express Tools installed, you should choose to install without uninstalling the older software version first. This option will ensure that Express Tools migrate into AutoCAD 2002 without difficulty. Users who choose to completely uninstall AutoCAD 2000 prior to installing AutoCAD 2002, will need to first backup the Express Tools library as the library is not included with AutoCAD 2002.
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LESSON 1-4: ASSIGNMENT 3 Accurate Input
LESSON 1-4: ASSIGNMENT 3 Accurate Input
Now it`s time to see if you were paying attention in the first lesson. In this lesson you will complete the drawing that will test your knowledge of drawing accurately using different types of precision input.
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Introduction To Surfaces
Introduction To Surfaces
In this exercise, we will introduce you to surfacing techniques that we`ll use to model a biscuit container. This exercise will familiarize you with the methods of evaluating the shape and create 3D form of the object. Our goal is not to create an accurate model but know the tools and the ways to use them inside thinkdesign. In this task, you will use curve creation and curve editing commands to create a framework on which we`ll build our surfaces. We will also take advantage of some of thinkdesign solid modeling capabilities to complete the model.
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Creating Quick Louvers in AutoCAD Architecture
Creating Quick Louvers in AutoCAD Architecture
Creating completely custom louvered windows
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Surface Modeling Vii
Surface Modeling Vii
This is the second in the series of advanced tasks that enable you to design a 3D economy car from a 2D sketch using the thinkID environment. In this second session you will learn to make the front, back and side parts of the car. We have described in Sketch To Surface I the method to define the primary sketch curves. It is recommended that you do that task before starting with this one. Then you`ll be ready to complete all others curves and to insert the surfaces of your car.
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Lesson 3-16: Putting It All Together - Model A Building
Lesson 3-16: Putting It All Together - Model A Building
If you have completed the previous lessons in this level, you now have the tools to create a large variety of objects in 3D. This lesson is designed to show how to create simple building in 3D from start to finish.
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The One-click System And Vba
The One-click System And Vba
Last month I said that we were wrapping up the single click method and I did wrap it up inasmuch as I provided a complete solution in LISP format. But those of you who work with AutoCAD customization know that LISP is not always the best or preferred environment for working with custom code.***Free Registration Required***
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VBA 
Shortcuts in ADT, Part 2
VBA Shortcuts in ADT, Part 2
Auto tagging the door after complete insertion of it in ADT 2006
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Applying Customization: Making Complex Linetypes - Part 1
Applying Customization: Making Complex Linetypes - Part 1
Now that we`ve learned how to build toolbars, we`re going to look at something completely different in this installment—complex linetypes.
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Lab 3 - Creating a Custom Object
Lab 3 - Creating a Custom Object
How to create the first part of a complete custom shape application
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The Array Command
The Array Command
The Array command makes multiple copies of selected objects in a rectangular matrix (columns and rows) or a polar (circular) pattern. This command has been completely transformed in AutoCAD 2000i
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