Migrate from earlier releases of AutoCAD to AutoCAD 2002 quickly, efficiently, and without loss of productivity! New from Autodesk Press, our AutoCAD 2002: Migration Manual provides experienced users with a comprehensive overview as well as in-depth analysis of all of the new features and functions available in their AutoCAD 2002 software. Here, readers are encouraged to hone in on subtle and sometimes hard-to-find improvements, such as: new system variables, changes to previously existing commands, enhancements to associative dimensioning, as well as the new Block Attribute Manager, Edit Attribute Dialog, and the enhanced Attribute Editor. Step-by-step explanations of how to use more complex features of AutoCAD 2002 - including the new plotting paradigm, Internet connectivity tools, and recently released series of extensions (e.g., Design XML, Standards, Manager, and more!) - is also included. To minimize the learning curve while tackling all of the qhowsq and qwhysq of upgrading head-on, this migration manual is conveniently organized into three main sections: Migrating from R14 to R2000, Migrating from R2000 to R2000i, and Migrating from R2000i to R2002. By selecting the section that pertains to them, readers can find immediate answers to their migration questions and discover new ways of harnessing the power of their software to produce optimal results.To minimize the learning curve while tackling all of the aquot;howsaquot; and aquot;whysaquot; of upgrading head-on, this migration manual is conveniently organized into three main sections: Migrating from R14 to R2000, Migrating from R2000 to R2000i, and ...
|Author||:||Bill Burchard, David Pitzer|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2002|