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*Ferguson, Jim
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Manual for Autosketch 7

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01-19-2001 11:25 PM
Please can you help me. I've just upgraded to version 7 from version 2.
CAD is certainly not intuitive and version 7 is no exception. What a
headache!! The Autosketch manual is next to useless. Local bookshop has
books on AutoCad but nothing for Autosketch.

What do you guys do about getting better help?
What book would you recommend?

Thanks

Jim (UK)
*Harvey
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Re: Manual for Autosketch 7

01-21-2001 05:14 AM in reply to: *Ferguson, Jim
Jim,

Go to http://www.resolv.com.au/ and click the AutoSketch tab at the top.
On the next screen click the Manual button on the left. Go from there.
The price is in Aussie dollars, about $1 OZ = $0.64 USA. Just so's ya
know. Most folks who stumble on this newsgroup have it. Great way to
start.

I'll also send you a Getting Started file. Before you receive the book
you can become a little familiar with the moves.

Harvey

Jim Ferguson wrote:
>
> Please can you help me. I've just upgraded to version 7 from version 2.
> CAD is certainly not intuitive and version 7 is no exception. What a
> headache!! The Autosketch manual is next to useless. Local bookshop has
> books on AutoCad but nothing for Autosketch.
>
> What do you guys do about getting better help?
> What book would you recommend?
>
> Thanks
>
> Jim (UK)
*Nolte, John
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01-21-2001 06:45 AM in reply to: *Ferguson, Jim
Jim:

Harvey's right about the book "Hands on a House." In just a few sessions
you'll have a very good grasp of the program--enough so the AS manual will
begin to make sense.

Harvey: How many cubits in a one dollar ounce?

John

Harvey wrote in message
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> Jim,
>
> Go to http://www.resolv.com.au/ and click the AutoSketch tab at the top.
> On the next screen click the Manual button on the left. Go from there.
> The price is in Aussie dollars, about $1 OZ = $0.64 USA. Just so's ya
> know. Most folks who stumble on this newsgroup have it. Great way to
> start.
>
> I'll also send you a Getting Started file. Before you receive the book
> you can become a little familiar with the moves.
>
> Harvey
>
> Jim Ferguson wrote:
> >
> > Please can you help me. I've just upgraded to version 7 from version 2.
> > CAD is certainly not intuitive and version 7 is no exception. What a
> > headache!! The Autosketch manual is next to useless. Local bookshop
has
> > books on AutoCad but nothing for Autosketch.
> >
> > What do you guys do about getting better help?
> > What book would you recommend?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Jim (UK)
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