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Well, I'm afraid our time together has come to a close. Let me say that I've enjoyed working with you for these last couple hours. I'm hoping that as we leave, you have an excitement to take some of the time saving skills that we learned and put them to use in your own production work. Remember that AutoCAD is a life-long learning process and the more we know, the easier and more enjoyable our job becomes. If you're interested, look for me on Twitter, where I regularly post AutoCAD tips and shortcuts. You can find me under the name Jeff Bartels. That's all one word. Good luck!
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