Review: An ADT Book for All Skill Levels

23 Mar, 2006 By: Patrick Davis

Goldberg's tutorial is an excellent resource for any user of Architectural Desktop

Book Review

ADT (Architectural Desktop) is Autodesk's popular drafting and BIM (building information management) program built on the AutoCAD platform. ADT expands on AutoCAD's toolset by adding intelligent objects, drafting aids and BIM tools.

One of the drawbacks of ADT is the daunting learning curve you might need to overcome for productivity. Many books written about ADT will help you overcome its steep learning curve, and Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2006: A Comprehensive Tutorial is one of them.  Read more >>p>


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