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AutoCAD 2012 For Dummies Cheat SheetCheat Sheet AutoCAD has grown more complex over the years, in part to keep up with the increasing complexity of the design and drafting processes that AutoCAD 2012 is intended to serve. It’s not enough just to draw nice-looking lines anymore. AutoCAD 2012 Drawing Setup Roadmap Drawing setup in AutoCAD 2012 can seem a little complicated before you get used to it. AutoCAD 2012’s Top Keyboard Shortcuts Over AutoCAD’s 25-year existence, the one input method that’s remained constant is typing into the command line. AutoCAD 2012's Drawing Scale and Limits Chart: Feet and Inches It's not a bad idea to set limits for your AutoCAD 2012 drawing. AutoCAD 2012’s Drawing Scale and Limits Charts: Millimeters It’s not a bad idea to set limits for your AutoCAD drawing.
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