Each of “The Bottom Line” sections in the chapters suggests exercises to deepen skills and understanding. Sometimes there is only one possible solution, but often you are encouraged to use your skills and creativity to create something that builds on what you know and lets you explore one of many possibilities.
Chapter 1: Exploring the Interface
Use the AutoCAD® window. AutoCAD® is a typical Windows graphics program that makes use of menus, toolbars, Ribbon panels, and palettes. If you’ve used other graphics programs, you’ll see at least a few familiar tools.
Master It Name the components of the AutoCAD window that you can use to select a function.
Solution AutoCAD offers the Quick Access toolbar, the Application ...