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AUTOCAD 2D & 3D :

1:INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD 
    Starting AutoCAD 
    AutoCAD Screen Components Drawing Area
    Creating and Managing Workspaces
2: GETTING STARTED WITH AUTOCAD
    Dynamic Input Mode Enable Pointer Input
    Enable Dimension Input where possible
    Show command prompting and command input near the crosshairs Drafting Tooltip Appearance
    Drawing Lines in AutoCAD The Close Option
    Absolute Coordinate System
    Relative Coordinate System
    Relative Polar Coordinates Direct Distance Entry Erasing Objects
    Cancelling and Undoing a Command Object Selection Methods
    Window Selection Window Crossing Method Drawing a Circle
    BASIC Display Commands
    Setting Units Type and Precision Specifying the Format Specifying the Angle Format
    SETTING the Limits OF A DRAWING
3: STARTING WITH ADVANCED SKETCHING
    Drawing Arcs Drawing Rectangles Drawing Ellipses
    Drawing Regular Polygon Drawing Polylines Placing Points
    Drawing Infinite Lines Writing a Single Line Text
4: WORKING WITH DRAWING AIDS
    Introduction
    Understanding the Concept and use of LAYERS Advantages of Using Layers
    Working with Layers Creating New Layers Making a Layer Current
    Controlling the Display of Layers Deleting Layers
    Object Properties Changing the Colour
    Changing the Line type Changing the Line weight Changing the Plot Style Properties Palette
    Quick Properties Palette Drafting Settings dialog box
    Setting Grid
    Setting Snap
    Snap Type
    Drawing Straight Lines using the Ortho Mode Working with Object Snaps
    Auto Snap
    Endpoint
    Midpoint
    Nearest
    Centre
    Tangent
    Quadrant
    Auto Track Settings
    Function and Control Keys
5: EDITING SKETCHED OBJECTS-I
    Editing Sketches
    Moving the Sketched Objects
    Copying the Sketched Objects
    Creating Multiple Copies
    Lengthening the Sketched Objects Arraying the Sketched Objects
    Rectangular Array Polar Array
    Path Array
    Mirroring the Sketched objects Text Mirroring
6: EDITING SKETCHED OBJECTS-II
    Introduction to Grips Types of Grips
    Cycling Through Selection
    Basic Display Options
    Redrawing the Screen
    Regenerating Drawings Zooming Drawings
    Real-time Zooming All Option
    Centre Option
    Extents Option
    Dynamic Option
    Previous Option
    Window Option Scale Option Object Option Zoom In and Out
    Panning Drawings Panning in Real time
7: CREATING TEXT AND TABLES
    Annotative Objects
    Annotation Scale
    Assigning Annotative Property and Annotation Scales Customizing Annotation Scale
    Text Window
    Text Editor Tab Editing Text
    Inserting Table in the Drawing Table style Area
    Insert options Area Insertion behaviour Area
    Column and row settings Area Set cell styles Area
    Creating a New Table Style Starting table Area General Area
    Cell styles Area
    Setting a Table Style as Current Modifying a Table Style Modifying Tables
    Substituting Fonts
    Specifying an Alternate Default Font Creating Text Styles
    Determining Text Height Creating Annotative text
8: BASIC DIMENSIONING, GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING, AND TOLERANCING
    Need for Dimensioning Dimensioning in AutoCAD Fundamental Dimensioning Terms
    Dimension Line
    Dimension Text Arrowheads Extension Lines Leader
    Centre Mark and Centrelines Alternate Units
    Tolerances Limits
    Associative Dimensions Definition Points Annotative Dimensions
    Selecting Dimensioning Commands
    Using the Ribbon and the Toolbar Using the Command Line
    Dimensioning a Number of Objects Together Creating Linear Dimensions
    Angular Dimensioning based on Three Points Creating Diameter Dimensions
    Creating Radius Dimensions Creating Jogged Linear Dimensions Creating Ordinate Dimensions
    Maintaining Equal Spacing between Dimensions Creating Inspection Dimensions
    Inspection Label
    Dimension Value
    Working with True Associative Dimensions Inspection Rate
    Removing the Dimension Associatively
    Make leader segments Parallel Specify Spacing
    Use current spacing
    Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance
    Geometric Characteristics and Symbols Adding Geometric Tolerance
    Feature Control Frame Geometric Characteristics Symbol
9: EDITING DIMENSIONS
    Editing Dimensions Using Editing Tools Editing Dimensions by Stretching
    Editing Dimensions by Trimming and Extending Flipping Dimension Arrow
    Modifying the Dimensions
    Editing the Dimension Text Updating Dimensions
    Editing Dimensions with Grips
    Editing Dimensions using the Properties Palette Properties Palette (Dimension)
    Properties Palette (Multileader)
    Model Space and Paper Space Dimensioning
10: DIMENSION STYLES, MULTILEADER STYLES, AND SYSTEM VARIABLES
    Using Styles and Variables to Control Dimensions Creating and Restoring Dimension Styles
    Creating and Restoring Multileader Styles Modify Multileader Style dialog box
11:	MODEL SPACE VIEWPORTS, PAPER SPACE VIEWPORTS, AND LAYOUTS 
    Model Space and Paper Space/Layouts Model Space Viewports (Tiled Viewports) 
    Creating Tiled Viewports Making a Viewport Current Joining Two Adjacent Viewports 
    Paper space viewports (Floating Viewports) Creating Floating Viewports 
    Creating Rectangular Viewports Creating Polygonal Viewports 
    Converting an Existing Closed Object into a Viewport Temporary Model Space 
    Editing Viewports 
    Maximizing Viewports Inserting Layouts 
    Inserting a Layout Using the Wizard Defining Page Settings 
    Controlling the Display of Annotative Objects in Viewports 
12:	PLOTTING DRAWINGS 
    Plotting Drawings in AutoCAD 
    Plotting Drawings Using the Plot Dialog Box Page setup Area 
    Printer/plotter Area Paper size Area Number of copies Area Plot area 
    Plot options Area Preview 
    Adding Plotters 
    The Plotter Manager Tool Using Plot Styles 
    Adding a Plot Style 
13:	HATCHING DRAWINGS 
    Hatching 
    Hatch Patterns Hatch Boundary 
    Hatching Drawings Using the Hatch Tool Panels in the Hatch Creation Tab 
    Setting the Parameters for Gradient Pattern Creating Annotative Hatch 
    Hatching the Drawing Using the Tool Palettes Drag and Drop Method 
    Select and Place Method 
    Hatching Around Text, Dimensions, and Attributes 
14:	WORKING WITH BLOCKS 
    Inserting Blocks 
    Creating and Inserting Annotative Blocks Block Editor 
    Adding Blocks in Tool Palettes Drag and Drop Method 
    Modifying Existing Blocks in the Tool Palettes 
    Layers, Colours, Line types, and Line weights for Blocks Nesting of Blocks 
    Deleting Unused Blocks Editing Constraints to Blocks