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Inside autocad 2002

Inside autocad 2002

David J. Harrington, Bill Burchard, David Pitzer

1222 pages, parution le 01/09/2001

Résumé

This edition provides rock solid information on the latest changes and enhancements of the past two AutoCAD releases. The book guides you through the newest enhancements and shows you how to apply them to real projects. The great thing about this book is that it gets you up to speed fast and clearly outlines what is new from the previous versions. From Attributes to Xrefs, Inside AutoCAD 2002 details the features that put you on the fast track to AutoCAD success.

Find out how to use dimensions, explore 3D modeling, learn how to plot, and learn about dozens of other features just waiting to be utilized.

Contents

  • Introduction xxxv
Part I Introducing AutoCAD 2002
  • 1 What's New in AutoCAD 2002 5
    • The Seventeenth Release of AutoCAD 6
    • Internet Improvements 6
    • System Enhancements 12
    • Empowered Output 16
    • Increased Functionality 19
    • Strengthened Modifiers 22
    • Summary 26
Part II Starting New Projects with AutoCAD 2002
  • 2 Starting a Drawing in AutoCAD 2002 31
    • The Startup Dialog Box 32
    • Controlling Drawing Settings 44
    • Summary 48
  • 3 Controlling the AutoCAD 2002 Drawing Environment 51
    • Specifying Search Paths and Filenames 52
    • Options for Display 55
    • Open and Save Settings 60
    • Setting Plotting Options 65
    • Configuring the System 66
    • Setting User Preferences 71
    • Choosing Drafting Options 76
    • Controlling Selection Methods 79
    • Saving the Options to a Profile 81
    • Summary 87
  • 4 Organizing a Drawing with Layers 89
    • The Layer Properties Manager 91
    • Standardizing Layer Names 91
    • Controlling Object Properties 94
    • Controlling Object Behavior 103
    • Using Layer Filters 108
    • Using Layer States 115
    • Summary 118
  • 5 Using Linetypes and Lineweights Effectively 121
    • Working with Existing Linetypes 122
    • Assigning Linetypes 122
    • Creating and Using Custom Linetypes 130
    • Working with Lineweights 139
    • Summary 145
Part III Creating and Editing Drawings
  • 6 Accuracy in Creating Drawings with AutoCAD 2002 149
    • Coordinate Systems 150
    • Changing Coordinate Systems 160
    • Setting Up Drafting Settings 174
    • Using Auto Track 186
    • From and Apparent Intersection Osnaps 192
    • Extension and Parallel Osnaps 194
    • Construction Lines and Rays 196
    • Summary 197
  • 7 Creating Elementary Objects 199
    • Using the Line Command 200
    • Using the ARC Command 205
    • Using the Circle Command 210
    • Using the Polygon Command 214
    • Drawing Ellipses 216
    • Summary 225
  • 8 Creating Polylines and Splines 227
    • Polylines Versus Lines 228
    • Creating Polylines 229
    • Polyline Types 235
    • The 3DPOLY Command 237
    • Editing Polylines 237
    • Creating True Splines 248
    • Controlling Splines with Splinedit 250
    • Summary 254
  • 9 Understanding the Query Features in AutoCAD 2002 257
    • Obtaining Object Information 258
    • Inquiry Tools 260
    • Querying for Areas in Blocks and Xrefs 263
    • Understanding Block Attributes 265
    • Attribute Tools 269
    • Extracting Block and Attribute Data 273
    • Summary 278
  • 10 Basic Object Editing 281
    • Assembling a Selection Set 282
    • Recovering from Unintentional Edits 292
    • Resizing Objects 295
    • Relocating Objects Using MOVE and ROTATE 303
    • Duplicating Objects 305
    • Chamfering Corners 313
    • Filleting Objects 317
    • Summary 321
  • 11 Advanced Geometry Editing 323
    • Windows Functionality in AutoCAD 324
    • Grip Editing 328
    • Changing an Object's Properties 338
    • Using Quick Select 344
    • Using Object Selection Filters 348
    • Creating and Editing Groups 351
    • Exploding Compound Objects 354
    • Specialized Editing Commands 355
    • Lengthening and Shortening Objects 360
    • Aligning Objects 360
    • Renaming Named Objects 363
    • Deleting Named Objects 365
    • Summary 368
  • 12 Applications for AutoCAD DesignCenter 371
    • Understanding the AutoCAD DesignCenter Interface 372
    • Loading Content into DesignCenter 378
    • Adding Content to Drawings 384
    • Summary 387
  • 13 Creating and Using Blocks 389
    • Understanding Blocks 390
    • Redefining Blocks with In-Place Reference Editing 408
    • Using Nested Blocks 412
    • Managing Blocks Effectively 413
    • Summary 415
  • 14 Working with Drawings and External References Productively 417
    • Working with Drawings Productively 418
    • Working with External References Productively 423
    • Managing Xrefs 436
    • Summary 451
Part IV Annotating, Dimensioning, and Plotting
  • 15 Text Annotation 455
    • Drawing Single-Line Text 456
    • Editing Single-Line Text 462
    • Defining Text Styles 464
    • Drawing Paragraphs of Text with MTEXT 470
    • Performing a Spelling Check 475
    • Looking at Additional Text Options 477
    • Text Property Modification 479
    • Creating Your Own Shape File 480
    • Summary 481
  • 16 Drawing Hatch Patterns 483
    • Creating Hatch Patterns Using BHATCH 484
    • Editing Hatch Patterns 498
    • Other Hatching Considerations 500
    • Customizing Hatch Patterns 503
    • Using BOUNDARY to Delineate Areas and Islands 505
    • Summary 505
  • 17 Productive Dimensioning 507
    • Becoming Proficient at Productive Dimensioning 508
    • Other Dimensions 516
    • Increasing Productivity with Third-Party Programs 524
    • Dimension Placement in the Drawing 525
    • Improving Productivity: Tips and Techniques 526
    • Summary 527
  • 18 Advanced Dimensioning 529
    • Defining Dimension Styles 530
    • Modifying Dimensions 544
    • Associative Dimensioning 555
    • Summary 561
  • 19 Paper Space Layouts 563
    • Using Paper Space Layouts 564
    • Working with Viewports in a Layout 573
    • Summary 593
  • 20 Productive Plotting 595
    • Configuring a Plotter 596
    • Defining Plot Styles 604
    • Creating Page Setups 614
    • Plotting from AutoCAD 2002 621
    • Summary 625
Part V Customizing and Advanced Concepts
  • 21 Customizing Without Programming 629
    • Creating Command Aliases 630
    • Customizing AutoCAD Toolbars 633
    • Adding a Command to the Cursor Menu 639
    • Scripts and Slides 643
    • Summary 646
  • 22 Introduction to AutoLISP Programming 649
    • Introducing AutoLISP 650
    • Using AutoLISP for Keyboard Macros 652
    • Creating a Simple AutoLISP Program 658
    • Understanding ACAD.LSP and ACADDOC.LSP 668
    • A Brief Look at Visual LISP 669
    • Summary 671
  • 23 Effective Applications for OLE Objects in AutoCAD 2002 673
    • Understanding Object Linking and Embedding 674
    • Importing Objects into AutoCAD Using OLE 675
    • Controlling OLE Object Properties 680
    • Working with Linked OLE Objects 693
    • Exporting AutoCAD Objects by Using OLE 695
    • Summary 699
  • 24 Using External Databases 701
    • Setting Up AutoCAD to Work with External Databases 702
    • Working with Database Tables 710
    • Working with Data and Objects 722
    • Using Queries 731
    • Summary 735
Part VI CAD on the Internet
  • 25 Publishing on the Web 739
    • AutoCAD 2002: Where Design Connects to the Web 740
    • Understanding the Capabilities of the Web-Oriented AutoCAD 2002 742
    • Viewing Design Data on the Web 746
    • URLs as First-Class Citizens 746
    • Viewing DWG Files 758
    • Viewing DWF Files with WHIP! 759
    • Preparing Your Drawings for the Web 762
    • ePlot 768
    • Publishing Drawings to the Web 770
    • Summary 776
  • 26 Project Collaboration over the Internet 779
    • Coordination and the Iterative Design Process 780
    • Collaborative Internet Technologies 783
    • Internet Xrefs 787
    • Case Study Background: Architekton 789
    • Implementation 792
    • Going Live Online 794
    • Taking the Architekton Tour 797
    • Summary 811
Part VII AutoCAD in 3D
  • 27 Introduction to 3D 815
    • Understanding 3D Coordinate Systems 816
    • Defining a User Coordinate System in 3D Space 818
    • Using Viewports 829
    • Interactive Viewing in 3D 835
    • Shading a Model 845
    • Summary 847
  • 28 Drawing in 3D in AutoCAD 849
    • Working with Lines, Polylines, and 3D Polylines 850
    • Using Object Snaps and Point Filters 854
    • 3D AutoCAD Editing Commands 860
    • Extend, Trim, and Other Editing Commands in 3D 870
    • Working with Regions 873
    • Summary 876
  • 29 Surfacing in 3D 879
    • Basic Surfacing Techniques 880
    • Working with Advanced Surfacing Commands 884
    • Considering 3D Meshes 896
    • Editing Mesh Surfaces 897
    • Summary 898
  • 30 Solid Modeling 901
    • The Acis Solid Modeler 902
    • Creating Primitives 903
    • Working with Extrude and Revolve 906
    • Working with 3D Boolean Operations 911
    • Using the Fillet and Chamfer Commands 914
    • Controlling Surface Resolution 918
    • Advanced Solid Modeling Commands 919
    • Editing Solids 924
    • Summary 936
  • 31 Rendering in 3D 939
    • Types of Rendering Supported by AutoCAD 940
    • The Rendering Process 942
    • Summary 972
Part VIII Advanced Topics
  • 32 Visual LISP 977
    • Understanding AutoLISP and Visual LISP 978
    • Understanding the Visual LISP Interface 979
    • Understanding the Advanced Programming Tools 989
    • Summary 996
  • 33 Advanced Customization 999
    • Understanding AutoCAD Menu File Types 1000
    • Understanding AutoCAD Menu File Sections 1002
    • Creating Menu Macros 1008
    • Creating Custom Toolbars 1017
    • Summary 1024
  • 34 AutoCAD 2002 CAD Standards 1027
    • Configuring Standards 1028
    • Checking Standards 1030
    • Layer Translation 1035
    • Summary 1038
  • 35 Customizing with Diesel 1041
    • Introducing Diesel 1042
    • Creating Custom Status Lines with Diesel 1052
    • Catalog of Frequently Used Diesel Functions 1058
    • Summary 1064
  • 36 Installing 2002 in the Business Environment 1067
    • Planning Your Network Installation 1068
    • Summary 1084
  • 37 Advanced Plotting 1087
    • Publishing Drawings on the Internet with ePlot 1088
    • Understanding the AutoCAD Batch Plot Utility 1096
    • Summary 1112
Part IX Reference Materials
  • A Before the Drawing Begins: Planning and Organizing Projects 1117
    • Getting Started: Key Factors to Organize First 1118
    • Setting Up Your Drawing 1133
    • Using AutoCAD Features that Help in Project Delivery 1142
    • DesignCenter 1152
    • Summary 1153
  • B What You'll Find on the CD-ROM 1155
    • System Requirements

L'auteur - David J. Harrington

David Harrington est un membre actif de la communauté des utilisateurs d'AutoCAD depuis plus de 14 ans. Il a été élu pour faire partie du conseil de direction d'Autodesk User Group International. Offert ! Un CD-ROM, livré dans sa version originale, contenant les fichiers des exercices décrits dans le livre.

L'auteur - Bill Burchard

Bill Burchard

is an information systems consultant, a registered Autodesk author/publisher, and a consulting _ author and technical editor with New Riders Publishing. He has worked on numerous book projects, including Inside AutoCAD 2000, InsidcAutoCAD 14 Limited Edition, InsideAutoCAD 13c4, and AutoCAD Performance Tuning Toolkit Bill is also a contributor to Inside AutoCAD, a monthly newsletter published by ZD Journals, anti he regularly writes articles and product reviews for CADALYST magazine.

L'auteur - David Pitzer

David Pitzer

is an AutoCAD instructor and consultant. He is a frequent contributing editor for CADALYST magazine, wand he has appeared in CADENCE magazine and the AutoCAD Tech Journal. In addition to being a two-time lecturer at Autodesk University, David co-authored InsideAutoCAD 14 and was a contributing author of Insult?AutoCADRelease 13 for Windows""and InsideAutoCAD 13c4. He has been writing about and using AutoCAD since 1987, and he is also a member of the Autodesk Developers Network.

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Éditeur(s) New Riders
Auteur(s) David J. Harrington, Bill Burchard, David Pitzer
Parution 01/09/2001
Nb. de pages 1222
Format 18,6 x 23,3
Couverture Broché
Poids 2106g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780735711488

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