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AutoCAD syllabus
1: INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD
         1.1 Starting AutoCAD
         1.2 AutoCAD Screen Components
         1.3 Drawing Area
         1.4 Command Window
         1.5 Navigation bar
         1.6 Status bar
1.2 Invoking Commands in AutoCAD
         1.2.1 Keyboard
         1.2.2 Ribbon
         1.2.3 Application Menu
         1.2.4 Tool Palettes
         1.2.5  Menu Bar
         1.2.6 Toolbar
         1.2.7 Shortcut Menu
1.3 AutoCAD Dialog Boxes
         1.3.1 Starting a New Drawing
         1.3.2 Open a Drawing
         1.3.3 Start from Scratch
         1.3.4 Use a Template
         1.3.5 Use a Wizard
1.4 Saving Your Work
1.5 Save Drawing as Dialog box
         1.5.1 Using the Drawing Recovery Manager to Recover Files
1.6 Closing a Drawing
1.7 Opening an Existing Drawing
         1.7.1 Opening an Existing Drawing Using the Select File Dialog Box
         1.7.2 Opening an Existing Drawing Using the Start up Dialog Box
         1.7.3 Opening an Existing Drawing Using the Drag and Drop Method
1.8  Quitting AutoCAD
1.9  Creating and Managing Workspaces
         1.9.1 Creating a New Workspace
         1.9.2 Modifying the Workspace Settings
         1.9.3 Autodesk Exchange
         1.9.4 Home
2: GETTING STARTED WITH AUTOCAD
2..1 Dynamic Input Mode
         2.1.1 Enable Pointer Input
         2.1.2 Enable Dimension Input where possible 
         2.1.3 Show command prompting and command input near the crosshairs
         2.1.4 Drafting Tooltip Appearance
2.2 Drawing Lines in AutoCAD
        2.2.1 The Close Option
        2.2.2 The Undo Option
2.3  Invoking tools Using Dynamic INPUT/Command Prompt
2.4 Coordinate Systems
         2.4.1 Absolute Coordinate System
         2.4.2 Relative Coordinate System
         2.4.3 Relative Polar Coordinates
         2.4.4 Direct Distance Entry
         2.4.5 Erasing Objects
         2.4.6 Cancelling and Undoing a Command
2.5 Object Selection Methods
         2.5.1 Window Selection
         2.5.2 Window Crossing Method
         2.5.3 Drawing a Circle
         2.5.4 BASIC Display Commands
 2.6 Setting Units Type and Precision
        2.6.1 Specifying the Format
        2.6.2 Specifying the Angle Format
 2.7  SETTING the Limits OF A DRAWING
3: STARTING WITH ADVANCED SKETCHING
  3.1 Drawing Arcs
  3.2 Drawing Rectangles
  3.3 Drawing Ellipses
  3.4 Drawing Regular Polygon
  3.5 Drawing Polylines
  3.6 Placing Points
  3.7 Drawing Infinite Lines
  3.8 Writing a Single Line Text
4: WORKING WITH DRAWING AIDS
  4.1 Introduction
  4.2 Understanding the Concept and use of LAYERS
           4.2.1 Advantages of Using Layers
  4.3 Working with Layers
          4.3.1 Creating New Layers
          4.3.2 Making a Layer Current
          4.3.3 Controlling the Display of Layers
          4.3.4 Deleting Layers
 4.4 Object Properties
          4.4.1 Changing the Colour 
          4.4.2 Changing the Line type
          4.4.3 Changing the Line weight
          4.4.4 Changing the Plot Style
          4.4.5 Properties Palette
          4.4.6 Quick Properties Palette
  4.5  Drafting Settings dialog box
          4.5.1 Setting Grid
          4.5.2 Setting Snap
          4.5.6 Snap Type
 4.6 Drawing Straight Lines using the Ortho Mode
 4.7 Working with Object Snaps
         4.7.1 Auto Snap
         4.7.2 Endpoint
         4.7.3 Midpoint
         4.7.4 Nearest
         4.7.5 Centre
         4.7.6 Tangent
         4.7.7 Quadrant
         4.7.8  Intersection
         4.7.9  Apparent Intersection
         4.7.10 Perpendicular
         4.7.11 Node
         4.7.12 Insertion
         4.7.13 Snap to None
         4.7.14 Parallel
         4.7.15 Extension
         4.7.16 From
         4.7.17 Midpoint between 2 Points
         4.7.18 Temporary Tracking Point
         4.8.19 Combining Object Snap Modes
 4.8 Running Object Snap Mode
         4.8.1 Overriding the Running Snap
         4.8.2 Cycling through Snaps
 4.9 Using Auto Tracking
        4.9.1 Object Snap Tracking
        4.9.2 Polar Tracking
        4.9.3   Auto Track Settings
 5.0 Function and Control Keys
5: EDITING SKETCHED OBJECTS-I
 5.1 Editing Sketches
 5.2 Moving the Sketched Objects
 5.3 Copying the Sketched Objects
        5.3.1 Creating Multiple Copies 
        5.3.2 Creating a Single Copy
        5.3.3 Offsetting Sketched Objects
        5.3.4  Rotating Sketched Objects
        5.3.5 Scaling the Sketched Objects
        5.3.6  Filleting the Sketches
        5.3.7 Chamfering the Sketches
        5.3.8 Trimming the Sketched Objects
        5.3.9 Extending the Sketched Objects
        5.3.10 Stretching the Sketched Objects
        5.3.11  Lengthening the Sketched Objects
 5.4 Arraying the Sketched Objects
        5.5 Rectangular Array
        5.6 Polar Array
        5.7 Path Array
 5.5 Mirroring the Sketched objects
        5.5.1 Text Mirroring
6: EDITING SKETCHED OBJECTS-II
 6.1 Introduction to Grips
 6.2 Types of Grips
        6.2.1 Editing a Polyline by Using Grips
        6.2.2 Editing Gripped Objects
        6.2.3 Changing the Properties Using the PROPERTIES Pale
        6.2.4 Matching the Properties of Sketched Objects
        6.2.5 Cycling Through Selection
 6.3 Managing Contents Using the Design enter
        6.3.1 Autodesk Seek design content Link
        6.3.2 Displaying Drawing Properties
        6.3.3 Basic Display Options
        6.3.4 Redrawing the Screen
        6.3.5 Regenerating Drawings
 6.4 Zooming Drawings
        6.4.1 Real-time Zooming
        6.4.2 All Option
        6.4.3 Centre Option
        6.4.4 Extents Option
        6.4.5 Dynamic Option
        6.4.6 Previous Option
        6.4.7 Window Option
        6.4.8 Scale Option
        6.4.9 Object Option
        6.4.10 Zoom In and Out
 6.5 Panning Drawings
       6.5.1Panning in Real time 
7: CREATING TEXT AND TABLES
 7.1 Annotative Objects
 7.2 Annotation Scale
        7.2.1 Assigning Annotative Property and Annotation Scales
        7.2.2 Customizing Annotation Scale
 7.3 Multiple Annotation Scales
        7.3.1 Assigning Multiple Annotation Scales Manually
        7.3.2 Assigning Multiple Annotation Scales Automatically
 7.4 Controlling the Display of Annotative objects
 7.5 Creating Text
        7.5.1 Writing Single Line Text
 7.6 Entering Special Characters
 7.7 Creating Multiline Text
       7.7.1 Text Window
       7.7.2 Text Editor Tab
 7.8 Editing Text
       7.8.1 Editing Text Using the DDEDIT Command
       7.8.2 Editing Text Using the Properties Palette
       7.8.3 Modifying the Scale of the Text
 7.9 Inserting Table in the Drawing
       7.9.1 Table style Area
       7.9.2 Insert options Area
       7.9.3 Insertion behaviour Area
       7.9.4 Column and row settings Area
       7.9.5 Set cell styles Area
 7.10 Creating a New Table Style
       7.10.1 Starting table Area
       7.10.2 General Area
       7.10.3 Cell styles Area
       7.10.4  Setting a Table Style as Current
       7.10.5 Modifying a Table Style
       7.10.6 Modifying Tables
       7.10.7 Substituting Fonts
       7.10.8 Specifying an Alternate Default Font
       7.10.9 Creating Text Styles
       7.10.10 Determining Text Height
       7.10.11Creating Annotative text
8: BASIC DIMENSIONING GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING
 8.1 Need for Dimensioning
 8.2 Dimensioning in AutoCAD
 8.3 Fundamental Dimensioning Terms
        8.3.1 Dimension Line 
        8.3.2  Dimension Text
        8.3.3 Arrowheads
        8.3.4  Extension Lines
        8.3.5 Leader
        8.3.6 Centre Mark and Centrelines
        8.3.7 Alternate Units
        8.3.8 Tolerances
        8.3.9 Limits
        8.3.10 Associative Dimensions
        8.3.11  Definition Points
        8.3.12 Annotative Dimensions
        8.3.13 Selecting Dimensioning Commands
        8.3.14 Using the Ribbon and the Toolbar
        8.3.15 Using the Command Line
        8.3.16 Dimensioning a Number of Objects Together
8.4 Creating Linear Dimensions
        8.4.1 DIMLINEAR Command Options
        8.4.2 Creating Aligned Dimensions
        8.4.3 Creating Arc Length Dimensions
        8.4.4 Creating Rotated Dimensions
        8.4.5 Creating Baseline Dimensions
        8.4.6 Creating Continued Dimensions
        8.4.7 Creating Angular Dimensions
        8.4.8 Dimensioning the Angle between Two Nonparallel Lines
        8.4.9 Dimensioning the Angle of an Arc
8.5 Angular Dimensioning of Circles
        8.5.1 Angular Dimensioning based on Three Points
        8.5.2 Creating Diameter Dimensions
        8.5.3 Creating Radius Dimensions
        8.5.4 Creating Jogged Linear Dimensions
        8.5.5 Creating Ordinate Dimensions
        8.5.6 Maintaining Equal Spacing between Dimensions
8.6  Creating Inspection Dimensions
        8.6.1 Inspection Label
        8.6.2 Dimension Value
        8.6.3 Working with True Associative Dimensions
        8.6.4 Inspection Rate
        8.6.5 Removing the Dimension Associatively
        8.6.6 Converting a Dimension into a True Associative Dimension
        8.6.7 Drawing Leaders
        8.6.8 Multileader
        8.6.9 Adding leaders to existing Multileader
        8.6.10 Removing Leaders from Existing Multileader
 8.7 Aligning Multileaders 
        8.7.1 Distribute
        8.7.2 Make leader segments Parallel
        8.7.3 Specify Spacing
        8.7.4 Use current spacing
 8.8 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance
 8.9 Geometric Characteristics and Symbols
 8.9 Adding Geometric Tolerance
        8.9.1 Feature Control Frame
        8.9.2 Geometric Characteristics Symbol
        8.9.3 Tolerance Value and Tolerance Zone Descriptor
        8.9.4 Material Condition Modifier
        8.9.5 Datum
 8.10 Complex Feature Control Frames
        8.10.1 Composite Position Tolerance
        8.10.2 Projected Tolerance Zone
        8.10.3 Creating Annotative Dimensions Tolerances Leaders and Multileaders
9: EDITING DIMENSIONS
 9.1 Editing Dimensions Using Editing Tools
        9.2 Editing Dimensions by Stretching
        9.3 Editing Dimensions by Trimming and Extending
        9.4 Flipping Dimension Arrow
        9.5 Modifying the Dimensions
        9.6 Editing the Dimension Text
        9.7 Updating Dimensions
        9.8 Editing Dimensions with Grips
        9.10 Editing Dimensions using the Properties Palette
        9.11 Properties Palette (Dimension)
        9.12 Properties Palette (Multileader)
        9.13 Model Space and Paper Space Dimensioning
10: DIMENSION STYLES, MULTILEADER STYLES, AND SYSTEM VARIABLES
  10.1 Using Styles and Variables to Control Dimensions
  10.2 Creating and Restoring Dimension Styles
  10.3 New Dimension Style dialog box
  10.4 Controlling the Dimension Text Format
  10.5 Fitting Dimension Text and Arrowheads
  10.6 Formatting Primary Dimension Units
  10.7Formatting Alternate Dimension Units
  10.8 Formatting the Tolerances
  10.9 Creating and Restoring Multileader Styles
  10.10 Modify Multileader Style dialog box 
11: MODEL SPACE VIEWPORTS, PAPER SPACE VIEWPORTS, AND LAYOUTS
 11.1 Model Space and Paper Space/Layouts
 11.2 Model Space Viewports (Tiled Viewports)
             11.2.1 Creating Tiled Viewports
  11.3 Making a Viewport Current
  11.4 Joining Two Adjacent Viewports
  11.5  Paper space viewports (Floating Viewports)
             11.5.1  Creating Floating Viewports
             11.5.2 Creating Rectangular Viewports
             11.5.3 Creating Polygonal Viewports
             11.5.4 Converting an Existing Closed Object into a Viewport
 11.6 Temporary Model Space
 11.7 Editing Viewports
             11.7.1 Controlling the Display of Objects in Viewports
             11.7.2 Locking the Display of Objects in Viewports
             11.7.3 Controlling the Display of Hidden Lines in Viewports
             11.7.4 Clipping Existing Viewports
             11.7.5 Maximizing Viewports
             11.7.6 Inserting Layouts
             11.7.8 Inserting a Layout Using the Wizard
             11.7.9 Defining Page Settings
             11.7.10 Controlling the Display of Annotative Objects in Viewports
12: PLOTTING DRAWINGS
  12.1 Plotting Drawings in AutoCAD
  12.2 Plotting Drawings Using the Plot Dialog Box
              12.2.1 Page setup Area
              12.2.2 Printer/plotter Area
              12.2.3 Paper size Area
              12.2.4 Number of copies Area
              12.2.5 Plot area
              12.2.6 Plot offset (origin set to printable area) Area
              12.2.7 Plot scale Area
              12.2.8 Plot style table (pen assignments) Area
              12.2.9 Shaded viewport options Area
              12.2.10 Plot options Area
              12.2.11 Preview
12.3 Adding Plotters
              12.3.1 The Plotter Manager Tool
12.4 Using Plot Styles
              12.4.1 Adding a Plot Style 
13: HATCHING DRAWINGS
  13.1 Hatching
              13.1.1 Hatch Patterns
              13.1.2 Hatch Boundary
   13.2  Hatching Drawings Using the Hatch Tool
   13.3 Panels in the Hatch Creation Tab
                13.3.1 Boundaries Panel
                13.3.2 Pattern Panel
                13.3.3 Properties Panel
                13.3.4 Origin Panel
                13.3.5 Options Panel
                13.3.6 Match Properties
                13.3.7  Setting the Parameters for Gradient Pattern
  13.4 Creating Annotative Hatch
  13.5 Hatching the Drawing Using the Tool Palettes
                13.5.1 Drag and Drop Method
                13.5.2 Select and Place Method
   13.6 Hatching Around Text, Dimensions, and Attributes
14: WORKING WITH BLOCKS
   14.1 The Concept of Blocks
                 14.1.1 Advantages of Using Blocks
                 14.1.2 Drawing Objects for Blocks
                 14.1.3 Converting Entities into a Block
   14.2 Inserting Blocks
   14.3 Creating and Inserting Annotative Blocks
                  14.3.1  Block Editor
    14.4 Adding Blocks in Tool Palettes
                  14.4.1 Drag and Drop Method
                  14.4.2 Modifying Existing Blocks in the Tool Palettes
                  14.4.3 Layers, Colours, Line types, and Line weights for Blocks
                  14.4.4 Nesting of Blocks
    14.5 Creating Drawing Files using the Write Block Dialog Box
                  14.5.1 Exploding Blocks Using the XPLODE Command
                  14.5.2 Renaming Blocks
                  14.5.3 Deleting Unused Blocks
                  14.5.4 Editing Constraints to Blocks 

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