Im new in AutoCad 2012 but i want to learn it. Due to my work scedual i can't go and take it in school, so i was woundering if you guys can help me with that.
Best is subjective, nothing more: what field are you working in? Do you have colleagues to tap for help if you get stuck? Do you need a really basic hand-holding book, and something a little more indepth? That may help narrow the choices.
Otherwise you can't go wrong with picking any books written by Omura or Finkelstein or Gladfelter or Byrnes.
Im working as a Technologist, and i do not have colleagues to tap for help.
I need something basic at first , so i can get comfortable with creating electrical and mechanical drawing and modifying them , and after that i would like to get really into getting to know every single function in it.
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