For courses in Computer-Aided Design, Computer Graphics, Architectural
Graphics, CAD for Interior Design, CAD for Space Planning, Computer-Aided
Design and Graphics and Introduction to Computer Graphics.
Organized around architectural projects, AutoCAD 2011 for Interior Design and
Space Planning gives students an understanding of the commands and features of
AutoCAD 2011 and demonstrates how to use the program to complete interior
design and space planning projects. Building on fourteen years of updates, the
book is appropriate for self-paced and lecture classes and covers both two-
dimensional and three-dimensional drawings.
Throughout the exercises in this book, numbered steps in bold type provide
instructions. Prompt and Response columns in the numbered steps provide step-
by-step instructions for starting and completing a command. The Prompt column
text repeats the AutoCAD prompt that appears in the Command: area of the
AutoCAD screen. The Response column text shows your response to the AutoCAD
prompt. Blue ruled lines separate the numbered steps from further discussion
and explanation. Menus show you how to locate the command you are using.
Using numerous illustrations, the text captures the essence of this powerful
program and the importance it plays in the interior design, architecture and
space planning professions.