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Summary

In this appendix, you learned about the components of an effective project-delivery system. You also learned how to use AutoCAD features to help you in the management of project delivery. You learned the factors needed to get organized before creating a drawing, as well as how to use OLE to create a task list that is embedded in each drawing. You learned how to use a mock-up process to view your entire project as a whole for planning purposes based upon priorities, how much detail is necessary, how your drawings relate to other drawings and documents, and how to account for the people who work on the drawings.

Other sections discussed the use of repetitive elements and considerations for the number of different ways drawings can be displayed or published. You then reviewed the basic factors used in the initial drawing setup, such as paper, scale, units, angles, and precision. Finally, you learned about commands and new AutoCAD 2000 features that can save time in project delivery.


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