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Author: Scott Onstott
Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana : Sybex : Autodesk, 2017. ©2017
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Onstott, Scott.
Autocad and autocad lt essentials.
Indianapolis, Indiana : Sybex ; Autodesk, ©2017
415 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Onstott
ISBN: 9781119414292 1119414296
OCLC Number: 1042326796
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (435 pages)
Contents: Introduction xiiiChapter 1 Get ting Star ted 1Sign In to Autodesk 360 on the Start Tab 1Exercise 1.1: Configure Autodesk 360 1Explore the AutoCAD 2018 for Windows User Interface 4Exercise 1.2: Explore the Graphical User Interface 4Exercise 1.3: Control the AutoCAD Ribbon 9Set Drawing Units 13Exercise 1.4: Set the AutoCAD Drawing Units 14Chapter 2 Gaining Basic Drawing Skills 17Navigate 2D Drawings 17Exercise 2.1: Navigate a Drawing 17Draw Lines and Rectangles 21Exercise 2.2: Draw Lines 21Exercise 2.3: Draw Rectangles 24Cancel, Erase, and Undo 25Exercise 2.4: Correct Mistakes 25Use Coordinate Systems 27Exercise 2.5: Use Absolute Coordinates 27Exercise 2.6: Use Relative Coordinates 28Exercise 2.7: Use Polar Coordinates 29Draw Circles, Arcs, and Polygons 33Exercise 2.8: Create Circles 33Exercise 2.9: Create Arcs 36Exercise 2.10: Draw Polygons 38Use Fillet and Chamfer 40Exercise 2.11: Join Nonparallel Lines 40Exercise 2.12: Join Crossed Lines with Fillet 41Chapter 3 Using Drawing Aids 43Use Grid and Snap 43Exercise 3.1: Draw with Grid and Snap 44t e n t sEmploy Ortho and Polar Tracking 47Exercise 3.2: Draw with Ortho and Polar Tracking 47Use PolarSnap 48Exercise 3.3: Draw with PolarSnap 49Select Running Object Snaps 51Exercise 3.4: Draw with Running Object Snaps 51Harness the From Snap 54Exercise 3.5: Use the From Snap 54Apply Object Snap Tracking 55Exercise 3.6: Use Object Snap Tracking 55Chapter 4 Editing Entities 59Create Selection Sets 59Exercise 4.1: Create a Selection Set at the Select Objects: Prompt 60Exercise 4.2: Create a Selection Set Before Deciding on a Command 62Use Move and Copy 66Exercise 4.3: Move and Copy 66Use Rotate and Scale 70Exercise 4.4: Rotate and Scale 70Work with Arrays 73Exercise 4.5: Create a Rectangular Array 74Exercise 4.6: Create a Polar Array 75Use Trim and Extend 77Exercise 4.7: Trim and Measure 77Use Lengthen and Stretch 78Exercise 4.8: Lengthen and Stretch 79Use Offset and Mirror 80Exercise 4.9: Offset and Mirror 80Edit with Grips 82Exercise 4.10: Edit with Grips 83Chapter 5 Shaping Curves 85Draw and Edit Curved Polylines 85Exercise 5.1: Draw and Edit Curved Polylines 85Draw Ellipses 91Exercise 5.2: Draw Ellipses 91Shape Splines 93Exercise 5.3: Work with Control Vertices 94Exercise 5.4: Work with Fit Points 98Blend Between Objects with Splines 101Exercise 5.5: Blend Splines 102Chapter 6 Controlling Object Visibility and Appearance 105Change Object Properties 105Exercise 6.1: Edit Object Properties 106Set the Current Layer 109Exercise 6.2: Choose the Current Layer 110Alter the Layer Assignments of Objects 113Exercise 6.3: Assign Layers 113Control Layer Visibility 116Exercise 6.4: Toggle Layer Status 116Exercise 6.5: Isolate Layers 118Exercise 6.6: Save Layer States 120Apply Linetype 121Exercise 6.7: Use Linetype 122Assign Properties by Object or by Layer 125Exercise 6.8: Assign Properties 125Manage Layer Properties 126Exercise 6.9: Control Layer Properties 126Isolate Objects 128Exercise 6.10: Isolate and Hide Individual Objects 128Chapter 7 Organizing Objects 131Define Blocks 131Exercise 7.1: Draw a Chair and Define It as a Block 132Exercise 7.2: Draw a Door and Define It as a Block 135Insert Blocks 137Exercise 7.3: Use Blocks 137Edit Blocks 141Exercise 7.4: Edit Block Definitions 142Exercise 7.5: Assign Floating Properties 143Exercise 7.6: Nest Blocks 145Exercise 7.7: Explode Blocks 147t e n t sRedefine Blocks 148Exercise 7.8: Redefine Block Definitions 148Work with Groups 151Exercise 7.9: Create Groups 151Chapter 8 Hatching and Gradients 155Specify Hatch Areas 155Exercise 8.1: Pick Points to Determine Boundaries 155Exercise 8.2: Select Objects to Define Boundaries 159Associate Hatches with Boundaries 161Exercise 8.3: Associate Boundaries 161Hatch with Patterns 163Exercise 8.4: Specify Properties 164Exercise 8.5: Separate Hatch Areas 165Hatch with Gradients 168Exercise 8.6: Create Gradients 168Chapter 9 Working with Blocks and Xrefs 171Work with Global Blocks 171Exercise 9.1: Write a Local Block Definition to a File 171Exercise 9.2: Insert a Drawing as a Local Block 175Exercise 9.3: Redefine Local Blocks with Global Blocks 177Access Content Globally 179Exercise 9.4: Access Global Content 179Store Content on Tool Palettes 180Exercise 9.5: Add to the Tool Palettes 180Reference External Drawings and Images 183Exercise 9.6: Use Xrefs 183Chapter 10 Creating and Editing Text 189Style Text 189Exercise 10.1: Create Text Styles 189Write Lines of Text 191Exercise 10.2: Create Text to Fit 191Exercise 10.3: Justify Text 193Exercise 10.4: Transform and Create Text 194Write and Format Paragraphs Using MTEXT 197Exercise 10.5: Write and Format with MTEXT 197tEdit Text 200Exercise 10.6: Edit Content and Properties 201Exercise 10.7: Work with Columns 202Recognize and Combine Text 203Exercise 10.8: Import, Recognize, and Combine Text from PDF 204Chapter 11 Dimensioning 209Style Dimensions 209Exercise 11.1: Create Dimension Styles 210Add Dimensions 215Exercise 11.2: Use Inquiry Commands 215Exercise 11.3: Add Dimension Objects 218Exercise 11.4: Add and Style Multileaders 222Edit Dimensions 223Exercise 11.5: Alter Dimension Objects 223Chapter 12 Keeping In Control with Constraints 227Work with Geometric Constraints 227Exercise 12.1: Use Geometric Constraints 227Apply Dimensional Constraints 230Exercise 12.2: Create Dimensional Constraints 231Constrain Objects Simultaneously with Geometry and Dimensions 234Exercise 12.3: Use Simultaneous Constraints 234Make Parametric Changes to Constrained Objects 236Exercise 12.4: Alter Constraint Parameters 237Chapter 13 Working with Layouts and Annotative Objects 239Create Annotative Styles and Objects 239Exercise 13.1: Work with Annotative Text 240Exercise 13.2: Work with Annotative Dimensions 243Create Layouts 245Exercise 13.3: Configure Layouts 245Adjust Floating Viewports 248Exercise 13.4: Work on Layout1 249Exercise 13.5: Work on Layout2 252Override Layer Properties in Layout Viewports 254Exercise 13.6: Override Layer Properties 255Draw on Layouts 256Exercise 13.7: Lay Out Geometry 256on t e n t sIntroduction xiiiChapter 1 Get ting Star ted 1Sign In to Autodesk 360 on the Start Tab 1Exercise 1.1: Configure Autodesk 360 1Explore the AutoCAD 2018 for Windows User Interface 4Exercise 1.2: Explore the Graphical User Interface 4Exercise 1.3: Control the AutoCAD Ribbon 9Set Drawing Units 13Exercise 1.4: Set the AutoCAD Drawing Units 14Chapter 2 Gaining Basic Drawing Skills 17Navigate 2D Drawings 17Exercise 2.1: Navigate a Drawing 17Draw Lines and Rectangles 21Exercise 2.2: Draw Lines 21Exercise 2.3: Draw Rectangles 24Cancel, Erase, and Undo 25Exercise 2.4: Correct Mistakes 25Use Coordinate Systems 27Exercise 2.5: Use Absolute Coordinates 27Exercise 2.6: Use Relative Coordinates 28Exercise 2.7: Use Polar Coordinates 29Draw Circles, Arcs, and Polygons 33Exercise 2.8: Create Circles 33Exercise 2.9: Create Arcs 36Exercise 2.10: Draw Polygons 38Use Fillet and Chamfer 40Exercise 2.11: Join Nonparallel Lines 40Exercise 2.12: Join Crossed Lines with Fillet 41Chapter 3 Using Drawing Aids 43Use Grid and Snap 43Exercise 3.1: Draw with Grid and Snap 44t e n t sEmploy Ortho and Polar Tracking 47Exercise 3.2: Draw with Ortho and Polar Tracking 47Use PolarSnap 48Exercise 3.3: Draw with PolarSnap 49Select Running Object Snaps 51Exercise 3.4: Draw with Running Object Snaps 51Harness the From Snap 54Exercise 3.5: Use the From Snap 54Apply Object Snap Tracking 55Exercise 3.6: Use Object Snap Tracking 55Chapter 4 Editing Entities 59Create Selection Sets 59Exercise 4.1: Create a Selection Set at the Select Objects: Prompt 60Exercise 4.2: Create a Selection Set Before Deciding on a Command 62Use Move and Copy 66Exercise 4.3: Move and Copy 66Use Rotate and Scale 70Exercise 4.4: Rotate and Scale 70Work with Arrays 73Exercise 4.5: Create a Rectangular Array 74Exercise 4.6: Create a Polar Array 75Use Trim and Extend 77Exercise 4.7: Trim and Measure 77Use Lengthen and Stretch 78Exercise 4.8: Lengthen and Stretch 79Use Offset and Mirror 80Exercise 4.9: Offset and Mirror 80Edit with Grips 82Exercise 4.10: Edit with Grips 83Chapter 5 Shaping Curves 85Draw and Edit Curved Polylines 85Exercise 5.1: Draw and Edit Curved Polylines 85Draw Ellipses 91Exercise 5.2: Draw Ellipses 91Shape Splines 93Exercise 5.3: Work with Control Vertices 94Exercise 5.4: Work with Fit Points 98Blend Between Objects with Splines 101Exercise 5.5: Blend Splines 102Chapter 6 Controlling Object Visibility and Appearance 105Change Object Properties 105Exercise 6.1: Edit Object Properties 106Set the Current Layer 109Exercise 6.2: Choose the Current Layer 110Alter the Layer Assignments of Objects 113Exercise 6.3: Assign Layers 113Control Layer Visibility 116Exercise 6.4: Toggle Layer Status 116Exercise 6.5: Isolate Layers 118Exercise 6.6: Save Layer States 120Apply Linetype 121Exercise 6.7: Use Linetype 122Assign Properties by Object or by Layer 125Exercise 6.8: Assign Properties 125Manage Layer Properties 126Exercise 6.9: Control Layer Properties 126Isolate Objects 128Exercise 6.10: Isolate and Hide Individual Objects 128Chapter 7 Organizing Objects 131Define Blocks 131Exercise 7.1: Draw a Chair and Define It as a Block 132Exercise 7.2: Draw a Door and Define It as a Block 135Insert Blocks 137Exercise 7.3: Use Blocks 137Edit Blocks 141Exercise 7.4: Edit Block Definitions 142Exercise 7.5: Assign Floating Properties 143Exercise 7.6: Nest Blocks 145Exercise 7.7: Explode Blocks 147t e n t sRedefine Blocks 148Exercise 7.8: Redefine Block Definitions 148Work with Groups 151Exercise 7.9: Create Groups 151Chapter 8 Hatching and Gradients 155Specify Hatch Areas 155Exercise 8.1: Pick Points to Determine Boundaries 155Exercise 8.2: Select Objects to Define Boundaries 159Associate Hatches with Boundaries 161Exercise 8.3: Associate Boundaries 161Hatch with Patterns 163Exercise 8.4: Specify Properties 164Exercise 8.5: Separate Hatch Areas 165Hatch with Gradients 168Exercise 8.6: Create Gradients 168Chapter 9 Working with Blocks and Xrefs 171Work with Global Blocks 171Exercise 9.1: Write a Local Block Definition to a File 171Exercise 9.2: Insert a Drawing as a Local Block 175Exercise 9.3: Redefine Local Blocks with Global Blocks 177Access Content Globally 179Exercise 9.4: Access Global Content 179Store Content on Tool Palettes 180Exercise 9.5: Add to the Tool Palettes 180Reference External Drawings and Images 183Exercise 9.6: Use Xrefs 183Chapter 10 Creating and Editing Text 189Style Text 189Exercise 10.1: Create Text Styles 189Write Lines of Text 191Exercise 10.2: Create Text to Fit 191Exercise 10.3: Justify Text 193Exercise 10.4: Transform and Create Text 194Write and Format Paragraphs Using MTEXT 197Exercise 10.5: Write and Format with MTEXT 197tEdit Text 200Exercise 10.6: Edit Content and Properties 201Exercise 10.7: Work with Columns 202Recognize and Combine Text 203Exercise 10.8: Import, Recognize, and Combine Text from PDF 204Chapter 11 Dimensioning 209Style Dimensions 209Exercise 11.1: Create Dimension Styles 210Add Dimensions 215Exercise 11.2: Use Inquiry Commands 215Exercise 11.3: Add Dimension Objects 218Exercise 11.4: Add and Style Multileaders 222Edit Dimensions 223Exercise 11.5: Alter Dimension Objects 223Chapter 12 Keeping In Control with Constraints 227Work with Geometric Constraints 227Exercise 12.1: Use Geometric Constraints 227Apply Dimensional Constraints 230Exercise 12.2: Create Dimensional Constraints 231Constrain Objects Simultaneously with Geometry and Dimensions 234Exercise 12.3: Use Simultaneous Constraints 234Make Parametric Changes to Constrained Objects 236Exercise 12.4: Alter Constraint Parameters 237Chapter 13 Working with Layouts and Annotative Objects 239Create Annotative Styles and Objects 239Exercise 13.1: Work with Annotative Text 240Exercise 13.2: Work with Annotative Dimensions 243Create Layouts 245Exercise 13.3: Configure Layouts 245Adjust Floating Viewports 248Exercise 13.4: Work on Layout1 249Exercise 13.5: Work on Layout2 252Override Layer Properties in Layout Viewports 254Exercise 13.6: Override Layer Properties 255Draw on Layouts 256Exercise 13.7: Lay Out Geometry 256on t e n t sChapter 14 Printing and Plot ting 261Configure Output Devices 261Exercise 14.1: Set Up a System Printer 262Exercise 14.2: Set Up an AutoCAD Plotter 262Create Plot Style Tables 265Exercise 14.3: Create a Named Plot Style Table 265Use Plot Style Tables 267Exercise 14.4: Configure New Drawings for Named Plot Style Tables 267Exercise 14.5: Assign Plot Styles by Layer or by Object 270Plot in Model Space 273Exercise 14.6: Plot from Model Space 273Plot Layouts in Paper Space 277Exercise 14.7: Plot from Paper Space 277Export to an Electronic Format 280Exercise 14.8: Export to DWF 281Exercise 14.9: Export to PDF 282Exercise 14.10: Share Design Views 284Chapter 15 Working with Data 287Geolocate Projects 287Exercise 15.1: Geolocate a Drawing 288Import SketchUp Models 292Exercise 15.2: Import a SketchUp Model 292Define Attributes and Blocks 293Exercise 15.3: Define Attributes and a Block 294Insert Attributed Blocks 298Exercise 15.4: Insert Block References with Attributes 298Edit Table Styles and Create Tables 300Exercise 15.5: Alter a Table Style and Make a Table 300Use Fields in Table Cells 305Exercise 15.6: Create Fields 305Edit Table Data 308Exercise 15.7: Alter Table Data 308Chapter 16 Navigating 3D Models 317Use Visual Styles 317Exercise 16.1: Explore Visual Styles 318Work with Tiled Viewports 322Exercise 16.2: Tile Viewports 322Navigate with the ViewCube 324Exercise 16.3: Use the ViewCube to Navigate 324Orbit in 3D 326Exercise 16.4: Orbit 326Use Cameras 328Exercise 16.5: Utilize Virtual Cameras 328Navigate with SteeringWheels 331Exercise 16.6: Use SteeringWheels to Navigate 331Save Views 334Exercise 16.7: Save Views 334Chapter 17 Modeling in 3D 337Create Surface Models 337Exercise 17.1: Make Planar Surfaces 338Exercise 17.2: Revolve a 2D Profile to Create a 3D Model 339Exercise 17.3: Sweep Out 3D Geometry 340Exercise 17.4: Extrude 2D Geometry into 3D 342Edit Surface Models 344Exercise 17.5: Trim Surfaces with Other Surfaces 344Exercise 17.6: Project Edges on Surfaces 345Exercise 17.7: Trim Surfaces with Edges 348Create Solid Models 350Exercise 17.8: Extrude Solid Objects 350Exercise 17.9: Loft Solid Objects 354Edit Solid Models 356Exercise 17.10: Perform Boolean Operations 356Exercise 17.11: Edit Solids 359Smooth Mesh Models 363Exercise 17.12: Create, Edit, and Smooth Mesh 363Live-Section Models 365Exercise 17.13: Create and Edit a Section Plane 365Chapter 18 Presenting and Documenting 3D Design 369Assign Materials 370Exercise 18.1: Apply Materials 370t e n t sPlace and Adjust Lights 376Exercise 18.2: Add Artificial Lights 376Exercise 18.3: Simulate Natural Light 382Create Renderings 383Exercise 18.4: Make Realistic Renderings in the Cloud 383Document Models with Drawings 387Exercise 18.5: Document Models 387Appendix A Making Isometric Drawings 393Appendix B Autodesk (TM) AutoCAD (TM) 2018 Certif ication 399Index 403Configure Output Devices 261Exercise 14.1: Set Up a System Printer 262Exercise 14.2: Set Up an AutoCAD Plotter 262Create Plot Style Tables 265Exercise 14.3: Create a Named Plot Style Table 265Use Plot Style Tables 267Exercise 14.4: Configure New Drawings for Named Plot Style Tables 267Exercise 14.5: Assign Plot Styles by Layer or by Object 270Plot in Model Space 273Exercise 14.6: Plot from Model Space 273Plot Layouts in Paper Space 277Exercise 14.7: Plot from Paper Space 277Export to an Electronic Format 280Exercise 14.8: Export to DWF 281Exercise 14.9: Export to PDF 282Exercise 14.10: Share Design Views 284Chapter 15 Working with Data 287Geolocate Projects 287Exercise 15.1: Geolocate a Drawing 288Import SketchUp Models 292Exercise 15.2: Import a SketchUp Model 292Define Attributes and Blocks 293Exercise 15.3: Define Attributes and a Block 294Insert Attributed Blocks 298Exercise 15.4: Insert Block References with Attributes 298Edit Table Styles and Create Tables 300Exercise 15.5: Alter a Table Style and Make a Table 300Use Fields in Table Cells 305Exercise 15.6: Create Fields 305Edit Table Data 308Exercise 15.7: Alter Table Data 308Chapter 16 Navigating 3D Models 317Use Visual Styles 317Exercise 16.1: Explore Visual Styles 318Work with Tiled Viewports 322Exercise 16.2: Tile Viewports 322Navigate with the ViewCube 324Exercise 16.3: Use the ViewCube to Navigate 324Orbit in 3D 326Exercise 16.4: Orbit 326Use Cameras 328Exercise 16.5: Utilize Virtual Cameras 328Navigate with SteeringWheels 331Exercise 16.6: Use SteeringWheels to Navigate 331Save Views 334Exercise 16.7: Save Views 334Chapter 17 Modeling in 3D 337Create Surface Models 337Exercise 17.1: Make Planar Surfaces 338Exercise 17.2: Revolve a 2D Profile to Create a 3D Model 339Exercise 17.3: Sweep Out 3D Geometry 340Exercise 17.4: Extrude 2D Geometry into 3D 342Edit Surface Models 344Exercise 17.5: Trim Surfaces with Other Surfaces 344Exercise 17.6: Project Edges on Surfaces 345Exercise 17.7: Trim Surfaces with Edges 348Create Solid Models 350Exercise 17.8: Extrude Solid Objects 350Exercise 17.9: Loft Solid Objects 354Edit Solid Models 356Exercise 17.10: Perform Boolean Operations 356Exercise 17.11: Edit Solids 359Smooth Mesh Models 363Exercise 17.12: Create, Edit, and Smooth Mesh 363Live-Section Models 365Exercise 17.13: Create and Edit a Section Plane 365Chapter 18 Presenting and Documenting 3D Design 369Assign Materials 370Exercise 18.1: Apply Materials 370t e n t sPlace and Adjust Lights 376Exercise 18.2: Add Artificial Lights 376Exercise 18.3: Simulate Natural Light 382Create Renderings 383Exercise 18.4: Make Realistic Renderings in the Cloud 383Document Models with Drawings 387Exercise 18.5: Document Models 387Appendix A Making Isometric Drawings 393Appendix B Autodesk (TM) AutoCAD (TM) 2018 Certif ication 399Index 403
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