Review: AutoCAD 2006 and AutoCAD LT 2006 Bible

7 Apr, 2006 By: Patrick Davis

Learn all the basics with this nonindustry-specific book


If you have ever looked at purchasing an AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT book, you are well aware of how flooded the market is for this topic. With so many available, the trick is finding the AutoCAD book to fit your specific needs.

If you're looking for a nonindustry-specific AutoCAD text, look no further than the AutoCAD 2006 and AutoCAD LT 2006 Bible by Ellen Finkelstein. This massive 1,200+ page book touches on almost every aspect of AutoCAD 2006 and AutoCAD LT 2006 and provides this information in a format that is accessible to all user levels.  
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