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We draw repetitively when using AutoCAD. If we manage the drawing elements as reusable contents, it will increase our productivity significantly.
Not only we can draw faster, we can add information to our blocks. Which allows us to generate reports automatically. This is what this e-book all about: increase your productivity with block. We create drawing faster, and smarter.
This e-book can be used by AutoCAD users from beginners to intermediate users. However, I believe advanced users still can use the information. You can see what you can achieve by reading it in this demo video on YouTube.
You will learn:
- How to create, modify, and use your block.
- Attach information to your block.
- Using field with block.
- Extracting data from your block.
- Using annotative block.
- Using dynamic block.
- Using parametric blocks.
- Managing blocks.
- More samples and block tricks…
What people say about this e-book
“Edwin Prakoso’s book, AutoCAD Block Best Practices, is more than the title suggests. It’s a well-written and thorough coverage of blocks in AutoCAD, include how to create, edit and use them, how to work with attributes, how to create annotative blocks, how to create dynamic blocks, and how to extract data from blocks. Oh, and he also discusses best practices. Blocks are such an essential part of AutoCAD and this book will really help you get the most out of them.”
– Ellen Finkelstein -
About Ellen Finkelstein: Ellen is the author of AutoCAD 2011 & AutoCAD LT 2011 Bible. She also has a popular AutoCAD blog and tips website.
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