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  • David Bradshaw - Great Companion to AutoCAD 2012First off this is an easy to read and follow book. The sections are logically laid out to allow the book to introduce and show why and how to use AutoCAD and where to get to items that will be referenced throughout the book, the next section (majority of the book) focuses on beginner through advance 2 Dimensional drawings and how to create basic drawings using lines, circles, arcs, rectangles... to create basic items to full scale landscapes or layouts (the book mainly uses architecture and house layouts to illustrate this). The final section introduces you to 3 Dimensional modeling and finally gradient and animation. The 3D section starts out with basic tools to create 3D items (chairs, bookshelf...) and then starts creating 3D houses and other items with high level texturing and gradient fill, the book also touches on animation and how to make the items animated in your drawing. The book ends with quick reference on the history and use of AutoCAD and different editions and their origin.

    The book is laid out like a College Textbook, however, unlike many textbooks it includes the answers to questions at the end of the section, therefore making it great for class or individual use. The book is well written and provides detailed pictures of how each step looks for sections that build a project, allowing the reader to ensure that their project looks the same.

    I want to note that the layout of AutoCAD 2012 in the book (I presume he is using Windows), which has the ribbon system, is quite different from AutoCAD 2012 for Mac. I am using the AutoCAD 2012 for Mac and if you are using it as well their is quite a difference in the look, so you may need to reference the internet or Help tools in AutoCAD for Mac for the location of items referenced in the book, however, the design process will still be the same.

    In the end this is a great book and companion for using and learning AutoCAD 2012. Even with the few differences between Mac and Windows this is an easy to follow book and allows the reader to learn this great software and allow a leg up in the industry! A must for anyone learning AutoCAD 2012.

    I also want to mention that if you are a student (.edu account) you may qualify for the Educational Edition of AutoCAD 2012, which has limits (I believe a watermark), but it is Free, and can be found on the AutoDesk website for Education. This is a great way to get the software and learn how to use it without the investment of the full edition; if you are a Student. -- Just FYI!