In this video, explore the next steps you should take following the completion of this course.
- [Shaun] We've now come to the end of this course, … and I really do hope you've enjoyed … learning all about AutoCAD. … As I said at the beginning of this course, … it is an introductory course, … and what I've done is I've given you the bare bones, … the basics, to get you started with AutoCAD … and get used to a standard AutoCAD workflow, … going from an original sort of design … in the model space, in the model tab, … all the way through to communicating your design intent … through your layout tab, through the scale view ports, … and even utilizing some really cool tools, … like annotative scaling, for your dimensions as well. … Now this is a really, really basic course … and obviously it's not going into everything … that AutoCAD can do. … So what I'd like you to do now … is once you've done this particular course, … maybe jump into some of the more deeper dive courses … available in the library. … A perfect step up from "Learning AutoCAD" … is the "AutoCAD Essential Training" course. …
Skill Level Beginner
1. The AutoCAD Interface
2. Drawing Simple Geometry
3. Annotating Simple Designs
4. Communicating Your Design Intent
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