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Review: Customizing AutoCAD 2006

13 Apr, 2006 By: Patrick Davis

Book is a well-rounded resource for new and advanced users who want to customize the software


Book Review
 

Customizing AutoCAD 2006 by Sham Tickoo teaches users how to customize and automate AutoCAD so they can work more efficiently. The text provides a near complete reference to AutoCAD customization, except for ObjectARX.

This text is for novice and advanced users who want to take full advantage of AutoCAD customization. For the novice users, the text provides enough information to start making AutoCAD work for you. Advanced users wanting to take full advantage of the new and advanced features of AutoCAD will find Customizing AutoCAD 2006 to be a fast reference to the AutoCAD customization toolset.  Read more >>p>

  

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