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Introduction to AutoCAD 2008

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About this companion site

Introduction to AutoCAD 2008 contains hundreds of drawings and screen shots to illustrate the stages within the design process. On this companion website you can view and download step-by-step solutions for the exercises in the book, as well as additional exercises and multiple choice questions. In addition, Alf Yarwood has prepared AutoCAD files showing stages in the answers to the exercises. These are also available for download and can be worked on with AutoCAD software.

Solutions, additional exercises and multiple-choice questions are provided as PDF files; drawing files as DWG files. You can also download all material belonging to one chapter as ZIP files.

Corresponding folder: exercises Corresponding folder: solutions Corresponding folder: revisionnotes Corresponding folder: appendices If these are actual appendices from the book they may alternatively be in bookscat/samples as pdf files, along with any other sample chapters. Corresponding folder: glossary May be superceded by a database eventually Corresponding folder: none Details should be in the text of the tag. Corresponding folder: none Links should be in the text of the tag exactly as html. If a separate page(s) of links is needed, then these should be stored as files in one of the other folders, whichever seems most appropriate. Corresponding folder: softwareA limitation of this system is that within each section all the text that appears inside a certain tag will appear first, followed by the files and folders stored in the associated folder. You cannot intersperse links to files with descriptive text within a section.A quick way to check if this file is valid is to open it directly in Internet Explorer 5 or above. If it is valid the complete file will be displayed with the tags picked out in colour. If it isn't valid it will display an error message, which is usually quite helpful.If you have trouble creating intro.xml, concentrate on getting the other files into the correct folders and providing text for each of the sections that is being used in a text file. If the author provides text for the site, make sure that it can be broken up into these sections. Check that all files mentioned in the text are in fact available.END OF INSTRUCTIONSSAMPLE FILE CONTINUES HERE

About this companion site

Introduction to AutoCAD 2008 contains hundreds of drawings and screen shots to illustrate the stages within the design process. On this companion website you can view and download step-by-step solutions for the exercises in the book, as well as additional exercises and multiple choice questions. In addition, Alf Yarwood has prepared AutoCAD files showing stages in the answers to the exercises. These are also available for download and can be worked on with AutoCAD software.

Solutions, additional exercises and multiple-choice questions are provided as PDF files; drawing files as DWG files. You can also download all material belonging to one chapter as ZIP files.

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