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In this installment of AutoCAD Essentials, author Jeff Bartels shows how to transition designs from concept to construction. Discover how to create hard copies of your drawings that are printed to a measurable scale, tie annotations to a plot scale, so text, dimensions, and callouts are properly sized, and share drawings between different CAD programs. Jeff also takes a close look at the DWF format, which enables clients to mark up drawings without CAD software. The final chapter includes a drawing challenge, where designers have an opportunity to use what they've learned to complete a small project.
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