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 كتاب AutoCAD 2024 - Beginning and Intermediate

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AutoCAD 2024 - Beginning and Intermediate
Munir M. Hamad
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Contents
Preface
About the Book
Chapter 1 AutoCAD 2024 Basics
1.1 Starting AutoCAD
1.2 AutoCAD 2024 Interface
1.2.1 Application Menu
1.2.2 Quick Access Toolbar
1.2.3 Ribbons
1.2.4 InfoCenter
1.2.5 Command Window
1.2.6 Graphical Area
1.2.7 Status Bar
1.2.8 Start Tab
1.3 AutoCAD Defaults
1.4 What Is My Drawing Unit?
1.5 Create a New AutoCAD Drawing
1.6 Open an Existing AutoCAD Drawing
1.6.1 File Tab
1.7 Closing Drawing Files
1.8 Undo and Redo Commands
1.8.1 Undo Command
1.8.2 Redo Command
Practice 1-1 AutoCAD Basics
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 2 Precise Drafting in AutoCAD 2024
2.1 Drafting Priorities
2.2 Drawing Lines Using Line Command
2.3 What is Dynamic Input in AutoCAD?2.3.1 Example for Showing Prompts
2.3.2 Example for Specifying Lengths and Angles
Practice 2-1 Drawing Lines Using Dynamic Input
2.4 Exact Angles (Ortho vs. Polar Tracking)
2.4.1 Increment Angle
2.4.2 Additional Angles
2.4.3 Polar Angle Measurement
Practice 2-2 Exact Angles
2.5 Precise Drafting Using Object Snap
2.5.1 Activating Running OSNAPs
2.5.2 OSNAP Override
Practice 2-3 Object Snap (OSNAP)
2.6 Drawing Circles Using Circle Command
2.7 Drawing Circular Arcs Using Arc Command
2.8 Object Snaps Related to Circles and Arcs
2.9 Using Object Snap Tracking with OSNAP
Practice 2-4a Drawing Using OSNAP and OTRACK
Practice 2-4b Drawing Using OSNAP and OTRACK
2.10 Drawing Lines and Arcs Using Polyline Command
2.11 Converting Polylines to Lines and Arcs and Vice-Versa
2.11.1 Converting Polylines to Lines and Arcs
2.11.2 Joining Lines and Arcs to Form a Polyline
Practice 2-5 Drawing Polylines and Converting
2.12 Using Snap and Grid to Specify Points Accurately
2.13 Using Polar Snap
Practice 2-6 Snap and Grid
Practice 2-7 Small Project
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 3 Modifying Commands Part I
3.1 How to Select Objects in AutoCAD
3.1.1 Window Mode (W)
3.1.2 Crossing Mode (C)
3.1.3 Window Polygon Mode (WP)
3.1.4 Crossing Polygon Mode (CP)
3.1.5 Lasso Selection
3.1.6 Fence Mode (F)
3.1.7 Last (L), Previous (P), and All Modes
3.1.8 Other Methods to Select Objects
3.2 Selection Cycling
3.3 Erase Command
Practice 3-1 Selecting Objects and Erase Command
3.4 Move Command
3.4.1 Nudge Functionality
Practice 3-2 Moving Objects3.5 Copy Command
Practice 3-3 Copying Objects
3.6 Rotate Command
3.6.1 Reference Option
Practice 3-4 Rotating Objects
3.7 Scale Command
3.7.1 Reference Option
Practice 3-5 Scaling Objects
3.8 Mirror Command
Practice 3-6 Mirroring Objects
3.9 Stretch Command
Practice 3-7 Stretching Objects
Practice 3-8 Stretching Objects
3.10 Lengthening Objects
3.11 Joining Objects
Practice 3-9 Lengthening and Joining Objects
3.12 Using Grips to Edit Objects
3.13 Grips and Dynamic Input
3.14 Grips and Perpendicular and Tangent Osnaps
Practice 3-10 Using Grips to Edit Objects
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 4 Modifying Commands Part II
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Offsetting Objects
4.2.1 Offsetting Using the Offset Distance Option
4.2.2 Offsetting Using the Through Option
4.2.3 Using the Multiple Option
Practice 4-1 Offsetting Objects
Practice 4-2 Offsetting Objects
4.3 Filleting Objects
Practice 4-3 Filleting Objects
4.4 Chamfering Objects
4.4.1 Chamfering Using the Distance Option
4.4.2 Chamfering Using Distance and Angle
Practice 4-4 Chamfering Objects
4.5 Trimming Objects
Practice 4-5 Trimming Objects
4.6 Extending Objects
Practice 4-6 Extending Objects
4.7 Arraying Objects – Rectangular Array
4.7.1 The First Step
4.7.2 Using the Array Creation Context Tab
4.7.3 Editing a Rectangular Array Using Grips
4.7.4 Editing a Rectangular Array Using the Context Tab4.7.5 Editing a Rectangular Array Using Quick Properties
Practice 4-7 Arraying Objects Using Rectangular Array
4.8 Arraying Objects – Path Array
Practice 4-8 Arraying Objects Using Path
4.9 Arraying Objects – Polar Array
Practice 4-9 Arraying Objects Using Polar Array
4.10 Break Command
Practice 4-10 Breaking Objects
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 5 Layers and Inquiry Commands
5.1 Layers Concept in AutoCAD
5.2 Creating and Setting Layer Properties
5.2.1 How to Create a New Layer
5.2.2 How to Set a Color for a Layer
5.2.3 How to Set the Linetype for Layers
5.2.4 How to Set a Lineweight for Layers
5.2.5 How to Set the Current Layer
Practice 5-1 Creating and Setting Layer Properties
5.3 Layer Controls
5.3.1 Controlling Layer Visibility, Locking, and Plotting
5.3.2 Deleting and Renaming Layers
5.3.3 How to Make an Object’s Layer the Current Layer
5.3.4 How to Undo only Layer Actions
5.3.5 Moving Objects from One Layer to Another
5.4 While You Are at the Layer Properties Manager
Practice 5-2 Layer Controls
5.5 Changing an Object’s Layer, Quick Properties, and Properties
5.5.1 Reading Instantaneous Information about an Object
5.5.2 How to Move an Object from a Layer to Another Layer
5.5.3 What is Quick Properties?
5.5.4 What Is Properties?
Practice 5-3 Changing Object’s Layer, Quick Properties, and Properties
5.6 Inquiry Commands – Introduction
5.7 Measuring Distance
5.8 Inquiring Radius
5.9 Measuring Angle
5.10 Measuring Area
5.10.1 How to Calculate Simple Area
5.10.2 How to Calculate Complex Area
5.11 Quick Measure
Practice 5-4 Inquiry Commands
Practice 5-5 Inquiry Commands
Chapter Review
Chapter Review AnswersChapter 6 Blocks and Hatch
6.1 Why Do We Need Blocks?
6.2 How to Create a Block
6.3 How to Use (Insert) Blocks
6.3.1 Block Insertion Point OSNAP
6.3.2 Block Count
6.3.3 Block Replace
Practice 6-1a Creating and Inserting Blocks
Practice 6-1b Auto-Placement and Replace
6.4 Exploding Blocks and Converting Them to Files
6.4.1 Exploding Blocks
6.4.2 Converting Blocks to Files
Practice 6-2 Exploding, Converting
6.5 Hatching in AutoCAD
6.6 Hatch Command: First Step
6.7 Controlling Hatch Properties
Practice 6-3 Inputting Hatch and Controlling Hatch Properties
6.8 Specifying Hatch Origin
6.9 Controlling Hatch Options
6.9.1 How to Create Associative Hatching
6.9.2 How to Make Your Hatch Annotative
6.9.3 Using Match Properties to Create Identical Hatches
6.9.4 Hatching an Open Area
6.9.5 Creating Separate Hatches in the Same Command
6.9.6 Island Detection
6.9.7 Set Hatch Draw Order
Practice 6-4 Hatch Origin and Options
6.10 Hatch Boundary
6.11 Editing Hatch
Practice 6-5 Hatch Boundary and Hatch Editing
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 7 Writing Text
7.1 Writing Text Using Single Line Text
Practice 7-1 Creating Text Style and Single Line Text
7.2 Writing Text Using Multiline Text
7.2.1 Style Panel
7.2.2 Formatting Panel
7.2.3 Paragraph Panel
7.2.4 Insert Panel
7.2.5 Spell Check Panel
7.2.6 Tools Panel
7.2.7 Options Panel
7.2.8 Close Panel7.2.9 Text Editor
Practice 7-2 Writing Using Multiline Text
7.3 Text Editing
7.3.1 Double-Click Text
7.3.2 Quick Properties and Properties
7.3.3 Editing Using Grips
7.4 Spelling Check and Find and Replace
Practice 7-3 Editing Text
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 8 Dimensions
8.1 What Is Dimensioning in AutoCAD?
8.2 Dimension Types
8.3 How to Insert a Linear Dimension
8.4 How to Insert an Aligned Dimension
8.5 How to Insert an Angular Dimension
Practice 8-1 Inserting Linear, Aligned, and Angular Dimensions
8.6 How to Insert an Arc-Length Dimension
8.7 How to Insert a Radius Dimension
8.8 How to Insert a Diameter Dimension
Practice 8-2 Inserting Arc Length, Radius, and Diameter Dimension
8.9 How to Insert a Jogged Dimension
8.10 How to Insert an Ordinate Dimension
Practice 8-3 Inserting Dimensions
8.11 Inserting a Series of Dimensions Using the Continue Command
8.12 Inserting a Series of Dimensions Using the Baseline Command
Practice 8-4 Continue Command
Practice 8-5 Baseline Command
8.13 Using the Quick Dimension Command
8.14 Using the Dimension Command
8.15 Dimension Special Layer
8.16 Editing a Dimension Block Using Grips
8.17 Editing a Dimension Block Using the Right-Click Menu
8.18 Editing a Dimension Block Using Quick Properties and Properties
Practice 8-6 Quick Dimension and Editing
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 9 Plotting
9.1 What Is Model Space and What Is Paper Space?
9.2 Introduction to Layouts
9.3 Steps to Create a New Layout From Scratch
9.4 Steps to Create a New Layout Using a Template
9.5 Creating Layouts Using CopyingPractice 9-1 Creating New Layouts
9.6 Creating Viewports
9.6.1 Adding Single Rectangular Viewports
9.6.2 Adding Multiple Rectangular Viewports
9.6.3 Adding Polygonal Viewports
9.6.4 Creating Viewports by Converting Existing Objects
9.6.5 Creating Viewports by Clipping Existing Viewports
9.6.6 Dealing with Viewports After Creation
9.7 Scaling and Maximizing Viewports
9.8 Freezing Layers in Viewports
9.9 Layer Override in Viewports
Practice 9-2 Creating and Controlling Viewports
9.10 Plot Command
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 10 Projects
10.1 How to Prepare Your Drawing for a New Project
10.2 Architectural Project (Imperial)
10.3 Architectural Project (Metric)
10.4 Mechanical Project – I (Metric)
10.5 Mechanical Project – I (Imperial)
10.6 Mechanical Project – II (Metric)
10.7 Mechanical Project – II (Imperial)
Chapter 11 More on 2D Objects
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Drawing Using the Rectangle Command
11.2.1 Chamfer Option
11.2.2 Elevation Option
11.2.3 Fillet Option
11.2.4 Thickness Option
11.2.5 Width Option
11.2.6 Area Option
11.2.7 Dimensions Option
11.2.8 Rotation Option
11.3 Drawing Using the Polygon Command
11.3.1 Using an Imaginary Circle
11.3.2 Using the Length and Angle of One of the Edges
Practice 11-1 Drawing Rectangles and Polygons
11.4 Drawing Using the Donut Command
11.5 Drawing Using the Revision Cloud Command
Practice 11-2 Drawing a Donut and a Revision Cloud
11.6 Using the Edit Polyline Command
11.6.1 Open and Close Options11.6.2 Join Option
11.6.3 Width Option
11.6.4 Edit Vertex Option
11.6.5 Fit, Spline, and Decurve Options
11.6.6 Ltype Gen Option
11.6.7 Reverse Option
11.6.8 Multiple Option
Practice 11-3 Polyline Edit Command
11.7 Using Construction Lines and Rays
11.7.1 Using Construction Lines
11.7.2 Using Rays
Practice 11-4 Using Construction Lines and Rays
11.8 Using Point Style and Point Command
11.8.1 Using Point Style Command
11.8.2 Using Point Command
11.9 Using Divide and Measure Commands
11.9.1 Using the Divide Command
11.9.2 Using the Measure Command
11.9.3 Using Divide and Measure Commands with Block Option
Practice 11-5 Using Point Style, Point, Divide, and Measure
11.10 Using the Spline Command
11.10.1 Using the Fit Points Method
11.10.2 Using the Control Vertices Method
11.10.3 Editing a Spline
Practice 11-6 Using the Spline Command
11.11 Using the Ellipse Command
11.11.1 Drawing an Ellipse Using the Center Option
11.11.2 Drawing an Ellipse Using Axis Points
11.11.3 Drawing an Elliptical Arc
Practice 11-7 Using the Ellipse Command
11.12 Using the Boundary Command
Practice 11-8 Using Boundary Command
11.13 Using the Region Command
11.13.1 Performing Boolean Operations on Regions
Practice 11-9 Using Region Command
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 12 Advanced Practices – Part I
12.1 Offset Command – Advanced Options
12.1.1 Erase Source Option
12.1.2 Layer Option
12.1.3 System Variable: Offsetgaptype
12.2 Trim and Extend – Edge Option
Practice 12-1 Using Advanced Options in Offset, Trim, and Extend
12.3 Using Match Properties12.4 Copy/Paste Objects and Match Properties Across Files
12.4.1 Copying Objects
12.4.2 Cutting Objects
12.4.3 Pasting Objects
12.4.4 Using the Drag-and-Drop Method
12.4.5 Match Properties Across Files
Practice 12-2 Using Match Properties, Copy/Paste Across Files
12.5 Sharing Excel and Word Content in AutoCAD
12.5.1 Sharing Data Coming from MS Word
12.5.2 Sharing Data Coming from MS Excel
12.5.3 Pasting a Linked Table from Excel
Practice 12-3 Sharing Excel and Word Content in AutoCAD
12.6 Hyperlinking AutoCAD Objects
Practice 12-4 Hyperlinking AutoCAD Objects
12.7 Purging Unused Items
Practice 12-5 Purging Items
12.8 Using Views & Viewports
12.8.1 Creating Views
12.8.2 Using Views in Viewports
12.8.3 Creating a Named Viewport Arrangement – Method (I)
12.8.4 Creating a Named Viewport Arrangement – Method (II)
12.8.5 Insert View as Viewport
Practice 12-6 Using Views and Viewports
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 13 Advanced Practices – Part II
13.1 Using Quick Select
Practice 13-1 Using Quick Select
13.2 Using Select Similar and Add Selected
13.2.1 Select Similar Command
13.2.2 Add Selected Command
13.3 What Is Object Visibility in AutoCAD?
Practice 13-2 Using Select Similar and Add Selected
13.4 Advanced Layer Commands
13.4.1 Using Isolate and Unisolate Commands
13.4.2 Using Freeze and Off Commands
13.4.3 Using the Turn All Layers On and Thaw All Layers Commands
13.4.4 Using the Lock and Unlock Commands
13.4.5 Using the Change to Current Layer Command
13.4.6 Using Copy Objects to New Layer command
13.4.7 Using the Layer Walk Command
13.4.8 Using the Isolate to Current Viewport Command
13.4.9 Using the Merge Command
13.4.10 Using the Delete Command
13.5 Layer’s TransparencyPractice 13-3 Using Advanced Layer Commands
13.6 Using Fields in AutoCAD
Practice 13-4 Using Fields in AutoCAD
13.7 Using Partially Opened Files
13.7.1 How to Open a File Partially
13.7.2 Using Partial Load
Practice 13-5 Using Partially Opened Files
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 14 Using Block Tools and Block Editing
14.1 Automatic Scaling Feature
14.2 Design Center
Practice 14-1 Using Design Center
14.3 Tool Palettes
14.3.1 How to Create a Tool Palette from Scratch
14.3.2 How to Fill the New Palette with Content
14.3.3 How to Create a Palette from Design Center Blocks
14.3.4 How to Customize Tools Properties
14.4 Hatch and Tool Palette
Practice 14-2 Using Tool Palettes
14.5 Customizing Tool Palettes
14.5.1 Allow Docking
14.5.2 Transparency
14.5.3 View Options
14.5.4 Add Text and Add Separators
14.5.5 New / Delete / Rename Palette
14.5.6 Customize Palettes
Practice 14-3 Customizing Tool Palettes
14.6 Editing Blocks
Practice 14-4 Editing Blocks
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 15 Creating Text and Table Styles and Formulas in Tables
15.1 Steps to Create Text and Tables
15.2 How to Create a Text Style
Practice 15-1 Creating Text Style and Single Line Text
15.3 Creating Table Style
15.3.1 General Tab
15.3.2 Text Tab
15.3.3 Borders Tab
15.4 Inserting a Table in the Drawing
15.4.1 Specify Insertion Point Option
15.4.2 Specify Window OptionPractice 15-2 Creating Table Style and Inserting Tables in the Current Drawing
15.5 Using Formulas in Table Cells
15.6 Using Table Cell Functions
15.6.1 Using the Rows Panel
15.6.2 Using the Columns Panel
15.6.3 Using the Merge Panel
15.6.4 Using the Cell Styles Panel
15.6.5 Using the Cell Format Panel
15.6.6 Using the Insert Panel
15.6.7 Using the Data Panel
Practice 15-3 Formulas and Table Cell Functions
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 16 Dimension and Multileader Styles
16.1 What Is Dimensioning in AutoCAD?
16.2 How to Create a New Dimension Style
16.3 Dimension Style: Lines Tab
16.4 Dimension Style: Symbols and Arrows Tab
16.5 Dimension Style: Text Tab
16.6 Dimension Style: Fit Tab
16.7 Dimension Style: Primary Units Tab
16.8 Dimension Style: Alternate Units Tab
16.9 Dimension Style: Tolerances Tab
16.10 Creating a Dimension Sub Style
Practice 16-1 Creating Dimension Style
16.11 More Dimension Functions
16.11.1 Dimension Break
16.11.2 Dimension Adjust Space
16.11.3 Dimension Jog Line
16.11.4 Dimension Oblique
16.11.5 Dimension Text Angle
16.11.6 Dimension Justify
16.11.7 Dimension Override
Practice 16-2 More Dimension Functions
16.12 Associative Centerlines and Center Marks
16.12.1 Center Mark
16.12.2 Centerline
16.12.3 Centerline and Center Mark Properties
Practice 16-3 Centerlines and Center Marks
16.13 How to Create a Multileader Style
16.13.1 Leader Format Tab
16.13.2 Leader Structure Tab
16.13.3 Content Tab
16.14 Inserting a Multileader Dimension
Practice 16-4Creating Multileader Style and Inserting Multileaders
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 17 Plot Style, Annotative, and Exporting
17.1 Plot Style Tables – First Look
17.2 Color-Dependent Plot Style Table
17.3 Named Plot Style Table
Practice 17-1 Color-Dependent Plot Style Table
Practice 17-2 Named Plot Style Table
17.4 What Is an Annotative Feature?
Practice 17-3 Annotative Feature
17.5 Exporting DWG to PDF: An Introduction
17.6 Exporting to a PDF
17.7 Using the Batch Plot Command
Practice 17-4 Creating and Viewing a PDF File
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 18 How to Create a Template File and Interface
Customization
18.1 What Is a Template File and How Can We Create It?
18.2 Editing a Template File
Practice 18-1 Creating and Editing a Template File
18.3 Customizing the Interface – Introduction
18.4 How to Create a New Panel
18.5 How to Create a New Tab
18.6 How to Create a Quick Access Toolbar
18.7 How to Create a New Workspace
Practice 18-2 Customizing an Interface
18.8 How to Create Your Own Command
Practice 18-3 Creating New Commands
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 19 Parametric Constraints
19.1 What Are Parametric Constraints?
19.2 Using Geometric Constraints
19.2.1 Using Coincident Constraints
19.2.2 Using Collinear Constraints
19.2.3 Using Concentric Constraints
19.2.4 Using Fix Constraints
19.2.5 Using Parallel Constraints
19.2.6 Using Perpendicular Constraints
19.2.7 Using Horizontal Constraints19.2.8 Using Vertical Constraints
19.2.9 Using Tangent Constraints
19.2.10 Using Smooth Constraints
19.2.11 Using Symmetric Constraints
19.2.12 Using Equal Constraints
19.3 Geometric Constraints Settings
19.4 What Is Infer Constraint?
19.5 What Is Auto Constrain?
19.6 Constraint Bar & Showing and Hiding
19.6.1 Constraint Bar
19.6.2 Showing and Hiding
19.7 Relaxing and Over-Constraining Objects
19.7.1 Relaxing Constraints
19.7.2 Over-Constraining an Object
Practice 19-1 Applying Geometric Constraint
19.8 Using Dimensional Constraints
19.8.1 Using Linear, Horizontal, and Vertical Constraints
19.8.2 Using Aligned Constraints
19.8.3 Using Radial and Diameter Constraints
19.8.4 Using Angular Constraints
19.8.5 Using the Convert Command
19.9 Controlling Dimensional Constraint
19.9.1 Constraint Settings Dialog Box
19.9.2 Deleting Constraints
19.9.3 Showing and Hiding Dimensional Constraint
19.10 Using the Parameters Manager
19.11 What is Annotational Constraint Mode?
19.11.1 Annotational Constraint Mode
19.11.2 Converting Dimensional Constraints to Annotational
19.12 Using Dimensional Grips
Practice 19-2 Applying Dimensional Constraint
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 20 Dynamic Blocks
20.1 Introduction to Dynamic Blocks
20.2 Methods to Create a Dynamic Block
20.2.1 Using the Block Definition Dialog Box
20.2.2 Double-Clicking an Existing Block
20.2.3 Block Editor Command
20.3 Inside the Block Editor
20.4 What Are Parameters and Actions?
20.5 Controlling Parameter Properties
20.6 Controlling the Visibility Parameter
20.7 Using Lookup Parameter and Action
20.8 Final StepsPractice 20-1 Dynamic Blocks – Creating a Chest of Drawers
Practice 20-2 Dynamic Blocks – Door Control
Practice 20-3 Dynamic Blocks – Wide Flange Beams
20.9 Using Constraints in Dynamic Blocks
20.9.1 Block Table Button
20.9.2 Construction Button
20.9.3 Constraint Status Button
Practice 20-4 Dynamic Blocks Using Constraints – Wide Flange Beams
Practice 20-5 Dynamic Blocks Using Constraints – Creating Windows
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 21 Block Attributes
21.1 What Are Block Attributes?
21.2 How to Define Attributes
21.2.1 Attribute Part
21.2.2 Mode Part
21.2.3 Text Settings Part
21.2.4 Insertion Point Part
21.3 Inserting Blocks with Attributes
21.4 How to Control Attribute Visibility
Practice 21-1 Defining and Inserting Blocks with Attributes
21.5 How to Edit Individual Attribute Values
21.6 How to Edit Attribute Values Globally
Practice 21-2 Editing Attribute Values Individually and Globally
21.7 How to Redefine and Sync Attribute Definitions
Practice 21-3 Redefining Attribute Definitions
21.8 How to Extract Attributes from Files
Practice 21-4 Extracting Attributes
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 22 External Referencing (XREF)
22.1 Introduction to External References
22.2 Inserting External References into Different File Formats
22.2.1 Attaching a DWG File
22.2.2 Attaching an Image File
22.2.3 Attaching a DWF File
22.2.4 Attaching a DGN File
22.2.5 Attaching a PDF File
22.3 External Reference Palette Contents
22.4 Using the Attach Command
22.5 Reference Files and Layers
22.6 Controlling the Fading of a Reference File
Practice 22-1 Attaching and Controlling Reference Files22.7 Editing an External Reference DWG File
22.7.1 Using the Edit Reference Command
22.7.2 Using the Open Command
22.8 External Reference File-Related Functions
22.8.1 Unload Command
22.8.2 Reload Command
22.8.3 Detach Command
22.8.4 Bind Command
22.8.5 Xref Type
22.8.6 Change Path Type
22.8.7 Select New Path
22.8.8 Find and Replace
Practice 22-2 External Reference Editing
22.9 Clipping an External Reference File
22.10 Clicking and Right-Clicking a Reference File
22.10.1 Clicking and Right-Clicking a DWG File
22.10.2 Clicking and Right-Clicking an Image File
22.10.3 Clicking and Right-Clicking a DWF File
Practice 22-3 External Reference File Clipping and Controlling
22.11 Using the eTransmit Command with External Reference Files
Practice 22-4 Using the eTransmit Command
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 23 Sheet Sets
23.1 Introduction to Sheet Sets
23.2 Dealing with the Sheet Set Manager Palette
23.2.1 How to Open and Close an Existing Sheet Set
23.2.2 How to Deal with the Sheet Set Manager Palette
23.3 Sheet Set File Setup
Practice 23-1 Opening, Manipulating, and Closing Sheet Sets
23.4 Sheet Set Using an Example
23.4.1 Adding a Sheet into a Subset
23.4.2 Sheet Control
Practice 23-2 Creating a Sheet Set Using a Sheet Set Example
23.5 Adding and Scaling Model Views
Practice 23-3 Adding and Scaling Model Views
23.6 Sheet Set Using Existing Drawings
Practice 23-4 Creating a Sheet Set Using Existing Drawings
23.7 Publishing Sheet Sets
23.8 Using eTransmit and Archive Commands
23.8.1 Using the eTransmit Command
23.8.2 Using the Archive Command
Practice 23-5 Publishing and eTransmitting a Sheet Set
Chapter Review
Chapter Review AnswersChapter 24 CAD Standards and Advanced Layers
24.1 Why Do We Need CAD Standards?
24.2 How to Create a CAD Standard File
24.3 How to Link DWS to DWG and Then Make the Check
24.3.1 Configuring (Linking) DWS to DWG
24.3.2 Checking a DWG File
Practice 24-1 Using CAD Standards Commands
24.4 Using the Layer Translator
Practice 24-2 Using the Layer Translator
24.5 Dealing with the Layer Properties Manager
24.6 Creating a Property Filter
24.7 Creating a Group Filter
24.8 What You Can Do with Filters
24.8.1 Property Filter Menu
24.8.2 Group Filter Menu
Practice 24-3 Layer Advanced Features and Filters
24.9 Creating Layer States
Practice 24-4 Using Layer States
24.10 Settings Dialog Box
24.10.1 New Layer Notification
24.10.2 Isolate Layer Settings
24.10.3 Xref Layer Settings
24.10.4 Override Display Settings
24.10.5 Dialog Settings
Practice 24-5 Using Settings Dialog Box
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
Chapter 25 Importing PDF Files, Design Views, and AutoCAD
Web/Mobile App
25.1 Introduction
25.2 Importing a PDF file
25.2.1 Importing a PDF File
25.2.2 Importing from PDF Underlay
25.2.3 Dealing with SHX Files
Practice 25-1 Importing PDF File
25.3 Creating Shared Views
Practice 25-2 Creating Design Views
25.4 AutoCAD Web / Mobile App
25.5 Using AutoCAD Desktop
25.6 Markup Import and Markup Assist
Practice 25-3 Markup Import and Markup Assist
Chapter Review
Chapter Review AnswersChapter 26 Drawing Compare
26.1 Introduction
26.2 Where to Start
26.3 Comparing Process
26.3.1 Comparison Settings
26.3.2 The Two Arrows
26.3.3 Import Objects
26.3.4 Export Snapshot
Practice 26-1 Drawing Compare
26.4 XREF Compare
Practice 26-2 XREF Compare
Chapter Review
Chapter Review Answers
IndexI਎਄ਅਘ
2D projects, 281–318
Drawing Using the Donut Command, 286–287
Drawing Using the Polygon Command, 284–285
Using an Imaginary Circle, 285
Using the Length and Angle of One of the Edges, 285
Drawing Using the Rectangle Command, 282–284
Area Option, 283
Chamfer Option, 282
Dimensions Option, 284
Elevation Option, 282
Fillet Option, 283
Rotation Option, 284
Thickness Option, 283
Width Option, 283
Drawing Using the Revision Cloud Command, 287–290
Introduction, 281
Using Construction Lines and Rays, 298–299
Using Rays, 299
Using Construction Lines, 298–299
Using Divide and Measure Commands, 302–304
Using the Divide Command, 302–303
Using Divide and Measure Commands with Block Option, 303–304
Using the Measure Command, 303
Using Point Style and Point Command, 301–302
Using Point Command, 302
Using Point Style Command, 301
Using the Boundary Command, 312–313
Using the Edit Polyline Command, 291–296
Edit Vertex Option, 293
Fit, Spline, and Decurve Options, 293
Join Option, 292
Ltype Gen Option, 294
Multiple Option, 295–296
Open and Close Options, 292
Reverse Option, 294–295
Width Option, 292
Using the Ellipse Command, 309–311Drawing an Ellipse Using Axis Points, 310–311
Drawing an Ellipse Using the Center Option, 310
Drawing an Elliptical Arc, 311
Using the Region Command, 314–315
Performing Boolean Operations on Regions, 315
Using the Spline Command, 305–308
Using the Control Vertices Method, 307
Using the Fit Points Method, 306
Editing a Spline, 307–308
A
Advanced layer commands, 357–360
Change to Current Layer, 358
Copy Objects to New Layer, 358
Delete, 360
Freeze and Off, 357
Isolate and Unisolate, 357
Isolate to Current Viewport, 359
Layer Walk, 359
Lock and Unlock, 358
Merge, 359
Turn All Layers On and Thaw All Layers, 358
Annotative features, 468–472
AutoCAD 2024, 1–22
Closing drawing files, 15
Create a new drawing, 12
Defaults, 10–11
Settings, 10–11
Hyperlinking objects, 324–325
Interface, 4–10
Application menu, 4
Command Windows, 8
Graphical area, 9
InfoCenter, 8
Quick Access toolbar, 5
Ribbons, 6–8
Start bar,9
Start tab,10
Status bar, 9
Listed choices in AutoCAD, 460–462
Object visibility in, 355–356
Open an existing drawing, 13–15
File tab, 14–15
Sharing Excel and Word content in AutoCAD, 326–324
Pasting a Linked Table from Excel, 328–332
Sharing Data Coming from MS Word, 326–328
Sharing Data Coming from MS Excel, 328
Starting, 1–3
Undo and redo command, 17Using fields in, 362–365
What is my drawing unit?, 12
B
Batch plot command, 475–476
Block attribute (s), 557–576
Controlling attribute visibility, 560–561
Editing individual attribute values, 562
Globally, 563
Extracting attributes from files, 567–575
How to define, 558–560
Attribute part, 559
Insertion point part, 560
Mode part, 559
Tex settings part, 559
How to redefine and sync attribute definitions, 564–567
Inserting of, 560
What are, 557–558
Blocks in AutoCAD, 145–177, 371–389
Automatic scaling feature, 371–372
Customizing tool pallets, 379–386
Add text and add separators, 382–383
Allow docking, 380
Customize palettes, 384–385
New / Delete / Rename Palette, 383
Transparency, 380–381
View options, 381–382
Design center, 372–373
Methods to copy blocks, 373
Editing, 386–387
Exploding blocks and converting them to files, 157–158
Hatch and tool palette, 378
How to use, 148–157
Block Insertion Point OSNAP, 152
How to create, 146–147
Tool palettes, 374–378
How to Create a Palette from Design Center Blocks, 376
How to Create a Tool Palette from Scratch, 375–376
How to Customize Tools Properties, 377–378
How to Fill the New Palette with Content, 376
Why do we need, 145
C
CAD Standard(s), 635–661
Creating a group filter, 649–650
Creating a property filter, 647–649
Creating layer states, 652–654
How to create a file, 636–637Linking DWS to DWG, 637–642
Checking a DWG File, 639–641
Configuring DWS to DWG, 637–639
Using commands, 641–642
Setting dialog box, 655–659
Dialog Settings, 657–658
Isolate Layer Settings, 656
New Layer Notification, 656
Override Display Setting, 657
Xref Layer Setting, 657
Things to do with filters, 650–651
Group filter menu, 651
Property filter menu, 650–651
Using the layer translator, 642–643
Why do we need, 635–636
Customization users interface (CUI), 483–484
Create a Quick Access toolbar, 488
Create a new panel, 484–487
Create a new tab, 480–488
Create a new workspace, 489–490
Create your own command, 491–492
Customize an interface, 490–491
Introduction, 483–484
D
Data link, 329
Dimension(s), 199–228, 415–457
Creating a multileader style, 446–451
Leader format tab, 448
Leader structure tab, 449
Content tab, 450–451
Creating a new style, 416–417
Creating a sub style, 434
Dimension functions, 436–443
Dimension special layer, 219
Dimension styles, 417–420
Dimensioning in AutoCAD, 199–200, 415–416
Editing a dimension block using grips, 219–222
Editing a dimension block using quick properties and properties, 223–226
Editing a dimension block using the rightclick menu, 223
How to insert an ordinate, 211–212
Inserting a diameter, 208–209
Inserting a jogged arc, 210
Inserting a linear, 202–203
Inserting a multileader, 452–454
Inserting a radius, 207–208
Inserting a series of dimensions using the baseline command, 214–215
Inserting a series of dimensions using the continue command, 212–213
Inserting an aligned, 204Inserting an angular, 204–205
Inserting an arc-length, 206–207
Types of, 200–201
Using the dimension command, 218
Using the quick dimension command, 216–217
Dimension functions, 436–443
Dimension Adjust Space, 437–439
Dimension Break, 437
Dimension Jog Line, 439
Dimension Justify, 441
Dimension Oblique, 440
Dimension Override, 441–442
Dimension Text Angle, 440–441
Dimension styles, 417–420
Alternate units tab, 431
Fit tab, 428–429
Lines tab, 417–420
Primary units tab, 429–430
Symbols and arrows tab, 420–422
Texts tab, 423–427
Tolerances tab, 432–433
Symmetrical, Deviation, Limits, and Basic, 432
Drafting in AutoCAD, 23–50
Converting polylines to Lines and Arcs and vice versa, 42–43
Drafting priorities, 23–24
Drawing circles using circle command, 33
Drawing circular arcs using arc command, 33–34
Drawling lines and arcs using polyline commands, 40–42
Drawing lines using line command, 24
Dynamic input, 25–27
Lengths and angles, 26
Multiple functions, 25
Prompts, 25–26
Exact angles, 27–29
Increment and additional angles, 28
Polar angle management, 29
Object Snaps related to circles and arcs, 35
Object Snap Tracking, 35–36
Precise drafting using object SNAP, 30–32
Activating running OSNAPs, 30–31
OSNAP override, 31–32
Using polar SNAP, 45
SNAP and Grid, 45
Drawing Compare, 690–698
Collaborate, 691
Compare, 690
Comparing Process, 692–695
Comparison Settings, 692–693
Export Snapshot, 693–694
Import Objects , 693The Two Arrows, 693
Drawing Utilities, 690
DWG Compare, 691
XREF Compare, 695–696
Design review, 663–688
Creating design review, 670–674
Dynamic block(s), 531–556
Controlling parameter properties, 538–540
Non type, increment type, and list type, 539–540
Controlling the visibility parameter, 540–541
Final sets, 543–544
Inside the block editor, 534–535
Introduction to, 531–532
Methods to create a, 532–534
Block Editor Command, 534–535
Double–Clicking an Existing Block, 533
Block Definition Dialog Box, 533
Parameters and actions, 542–543
List of available parameters, 535–538
Using constraints in, 547–551
Block table button, 548–550
Constraint status button, 551
Construction button, 511
E
Exporting to a PDF, 473–474
External Reference (XREF), 577–605
Attach command, 584–585
Clicking and right clicking a reference file, 596–599
Clicking and Right–Clicking a DWG File, 596
Clicking and Right–Clicking an Image File, 596–597
Clicking and Right–Clicking a DWF File, 597–598
Clipping in, 594–595
Controlling the fading of a reference file, 587–588
Editing an DWG file, 588–590
Using the Edit Reference Command, 589–590
Using the Open Command, 590
eTransmit command and, 599–602
File related functions, 591–593
Unload, reload, detach, bind, Xref, and Path command, 591–593
Introduction to, 577–578
Inserting XREF into different file formats, 578–579
Attach DGN file (Microstation V8 file), 582
Attach DWF file, 581
Attach DWG file, 581
Attach Image file, 581
Attach PDF file, 582–583
Palette contents, 583–584
Reference files and layers, 585–586H
Hatching in AutoCAD, 159–175
Commands, 159–160
Controlling hatch properties, 160–162
Hatch Color, Background Color, Transparency, Angle, Scale, Hatch Layer Override, Double,
160–162
Controlling hatch options, 165–170
Creating Separate Hatches in the Same Command, 167–169
Hatching an open area, 166–167
How to Create Associative Hatching, 165
How to Make Your Hatch Annotative, 166
Island detection, 168
Set Hatch Draw Order, 169
Using Match Properties to Create Identical Hatches, 166
Editing hatch, 172–174
Hatch boundary, 170–172
Specifying hatch origin, 164
I
Inquiry commands
Introduction, 134
Measuring distance, 134–135
Measuring angle, 136–137
Measuring area, 137–139
How to Calculate Complex Area, 138
How to Calculate Simple Area, 139
Inquiring radius, 135–136
L
Layers commands, 117–144
Changing an object’s layer, quick properties, and properties, 130–133
Reading Instantaneous Information about an Object, 130
How to Move an Object from a Layer to Another Layer, 131
What is Quick Properties?, 131–132
What Is Properties?, 132–133
Creating and setting layer properties, 119–123
How to create a new layer, 119
How to set a color for a layer, 119–120
How to set a lineweight for a layer, 121–122
How to set the current layer, 122–123
How to set the linetype for a layer, 121
Layer concept in, 117–119
Layer controls, 124–128
Controlling Layer Visibility, Locking, and Plotting, 124–125
Deleting and Renaming Layers, 126
How to Make an Object’s Layer the Current Layer, 127
How to Undo only Layer Actions, 127
Moving Objects from One Layer to Another, 128Layer property manager, 126–127
Layer translator, 642–645
Creating layer states, 652–655
Dealing with property manager, 645–647
Layer’s transparency, 360–361
M
Match properties, 323–326
Copy/paste objects with across files, 323–326
Across files, 325
Copying objects, 324
Cutting objects, 324–325
Drag-and-Drop Method, 325
Pasting objects, 325
Modifying commands, 51–84, 117–144
Arraying objects – path array, 103–108
Three things to consider, 104
Arraying objects – polar array, 109–111
Arraying objects – rectangular array, 98–103
Editing Using Grips, Context Tab Grips, Quick Properties, 99–101
First Step, 98–99
Break command, 112–114
Chamfering objects, 91–94
Distance Option, 92
Distance and Angle, 92–93
Copy command, 60–62
Erase command, 58
Extending objects, 96–97
Filleting objects, 89–91
Grips and dynamic input, 77–78
Grips and perpendicular and tangent OSNAPs, 79
Introduction, 85–86
Joining objects, 72
Lengthening objects, 71
Delta, Percentage, Total, Dynamic, 71
Mirror command, 66–68
Move command, 59–60
Nudge Functionality, 59–60
Offsetting objects, 86–89
Multiple Option, 87–88
Offset Distance Option, 86–87
Through Option, 87
Rotate command, 62–64
Reference option, 63
Scale command, 64–65
Reference option, 65
Selection cycling, 57
Select objects in AutoCAD, 51–56
Crossing Mode (C), 53Crossing Polygon Mode (CP), 54
Fence Mode (W), 55
Lasso Selection (W), 54
Last (L), Previous (P), and All Modes, 55
Other methods to, 55–56
Window Mode (W), 53
Window Polygon Mode (WP), 53
Stretch command, 68–70
Trimming objects, 94–96
Using GRIPS to edit objects, 74–77
O
Offset command (advanced option), 319–321
Erase Source Option, 320
Layer Option, 320
System Variable: Offsetgaptype, 320
OLE (Object Linking & Embedding), 326
Ortho tracking, 27–29
P
Parametric constraints, 497–529
Annotational constraint mode, 524–525
Auto constrain, 509–511
Constraint bar, 511–512
Controlling dimensional constraint, 519–520
Using the Constraint Settings dialog box, 519–520
Deleting Dimensional constraint, 521
Showing and hiding Dimensional constraint, 521
Dimensional constraints, 514–519
Aligned, 516–517
Angular, 517–518
Convert Command, 518–519
Linear, Horizontal, and Vertical, 515–516
Radial and Diameter, 517
Dimensional grips, 526
Geometric constraints, 498–507
Coincident, 498–499
Collinear, 500
Concentric, 500–501
Equal, 506–507
Fix, 501
Horizontal, 503–504
Parallel, 502
Perpendicular, 502–503
Settings, 497–498
Smooth, 505
Symmetric, 506
Tangent, 504–505Vertical, 504
Infer constraints, 508–509
Introduction, 497–498
Parameters manager, 522–524
Relaxing constraints, 512–513
Over constraining an object, 513
Showing and hiding, 512
What are, 497–498
Partially opened files, 366–368
Opening a file partially, 366–369
Partial load, 367–368
Plotting, 229–254
Creating layouts using copying, 236–238
Creating viewports, 238–245
Introduction to layouts, 230
Model space vs. paper space, 229
Plot command, 250–252
Steps to create a new layout from scratch, 230–234
Steps to create a new layout using a template, 235
Plot style table, 459
Color-dependent, 459–463
Named, 463–468
Steps to link a, 464–467
Polar tracking, 28
Project(s), 255–279
Architectural Project (Imperial), 258–264
Architectural Project (Metric), 264–270
Mechanical Project – I (Metric), 271–274
Mechanical Project – II (Metric), 278
Mechanical Project – II (Imperial), 279
Preparing drawing for a new, 255–2457
Mechanical Project – I (Imperial), 274–278
Purging items, 334–338
Q
Quick select, 351–353
Ways to issue the command, 351
S
Select similar and add selected command, 354–355
Sheet set (s), 607–634
Adding and scaling model views with four steps, 620–622
An example for, 614–620
Adding a Sheet into a Subset, 617–618
Sheet control, 618–619
Dealing with the sheet set manager palette, 608–612
How to Deal with, 610–612
How to Open and Close an Existing, 608–610File set up of, 612–613
Introduction to, 607–608
Example method, 608
Existing drawings, 608
Publishing of, 629–630
Using eTransmit and archive commands, 631–632
Using existing drawings, 623–628
T T
emplate file (s), 479–495
Editing a, 481–482
Items to create a good, 479–480
Steps to create a, 481
Text and table styles, 391–392
Create a text style, 392–393
Creating table style, 395–400
Borders Tab, 400
General Tab, 398–399
Text Tab, 399
Inserting a table in the drawing, 400–402
Specify Insertion Point Option, 401–402
Specify Window Option, 402
Steps to create, 391–392
Using formulas in table cells, 403–404
Using table cell functions, 404–410
the Cell Format Panel, 408–409
the Cell Styles Panel, 406–407
the Columns Panel, 405
the Data Panel, 410
the Insert Panel, 409–410
the Merge Panel, 405–406
the Rows Panel, 405
Trim and Extend (edge option), 321
V V
iewports
Creating, 238–245
Adding multiple rectangular viewports, 240–241
Adding polygonal viewport, 241–242
Adding single rectangular viewport, 239
Clipping an existing viewport, 243–244
Converting existing objects, 242–243
Dealing with Viewports after Creation, 244–245
Freezing layers in, 247–248
Layer override in, 248–249
Scaling and maximizing, 245–247
Using views and, 338–345
Creating views, 338–340In viewport, 345
Creating a Named Viewport Arrangement- Method (I), 341–343
Creating a Named Viewport Arrangement- Method (II), 343–345
W W
riting text, 179–198
Multiline text, 181–192
Close panel, 189
Formatting panel, 183
Insert panel, 185–187
Options panel, 188
Paragraph panel, 184–185
Spell check panel, 187
Style panel, 183
Text editor, 189–190
Tools panel, 188
Single line text, 179–181
Spelling check and find and replace, 194–196
Text editing, 192–194
Double–click text, 192
Editing using grips, 194–195
Quick properties and properties, 192–193
X-Z
Xdatum, 212
XREF, 678
XREF Compare, 668
Zero suppression, 430, 431, 433
Zooming, 11, 153, 157, 338, 470Contents
Cover page
Half Title page
License, Disclaimer page
Title page
Copyright
Contents
Preface
About the Companion Files
About the Book
Chapter 1 AutoCAD 2024 Basics
Chapter 2 Precise Drafting in AutoCAD 2024
Chapter 3 Modifying Commands Part I
Chapter 4 Modifying Commands Part II
Chapter 5 Layers and Inquiry Commands
Chapter 6 Blocks and Hatch
Chapter 7 Writing Text
Chapter 8 Dimensions
Chapter 9 Plotting
Chapter 10 Projects
Chapter 11 More on 2D Objects
Chapter 12 Advanced Practices - Part I
Chapter 13 Advanced Practices - Part II
Chapter 14 Using Block Tools and Block Editing
Chapter 15 Creating Text and Table Styles and Formulas in Tables
Chapter 16 Dimension and Multileader Styles
Chapter 17 Plot Style, Annotative, and Exporting
Chapter 18 How to Create a Template File and Interface Customization
Chapter 19 Parametric Constraints
Chapter 20 Dynamic Blocks
Chapter 21 Block Attributes
Chapter 22 External Referencing (XREF)
Chapter 23 Sheet Sets
Chapter 24 CAD Standards and Advanced LayersChapter 25 Importing PDF Files, Design Views, and AutoCAD
Web/Mobile App
Chapter 26 Drawing Compare
Index

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