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Autodesk technical evangelist Lynn Allen and industry veteran Scott Onstott distill three decade's worth of combined AutoCAD experience into 300+ of the most useful AutoCAD tips. Approachable and easy to read, a typical tip is about 200 words in length - it gets to the point fast.Carefully selected to give intermediate and advanced users "wow, I didn't know you could do that" insights, the tips explain little-known features as well as the latest hot topics in AutoCAD. Sometimes the knowledge being revealed covers a couple pages with brief procedures and explanations. Other nuggets are quick facts, like a little-known keyboard shortcut or a system variable, that are extremely valuable tips if used in production.There are chapters on the user interface, viewing, drawing, modeling, visualizing, dynamic blocks, sheet sets, annotating, sharing data, and publishing - key topics for all AutoCAD professionals, and those who want to be.
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Lynn Allen (February 27, 1891 – May 31, 1958) was an American football wingback who played one season in the American Professional Football Association with the Detroit Heralds.
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