AutoCAD Architecture is a specialized “flavor” of AutoCAD, with tools and features designed specifically for architectural design and documentation. Architectural drafting and documentation are more efficient with the software’s intuitive environment and tools built specifically for architects.
You’ll follow a workflow-based approach that mirrors the development of projects in the real world – creating walls and other features, working with AutoCAD architectural objects, managing projects and documenting your designs.
You don’t need any previous experience with AutoCAD Architecture to take this course.
What’s New in AutoCAD
Simplified, Connected, and Innovative
Workflow and User Interface
The AutoCAD Architecture User Interface
Navigating Your Models
Working with Your Models
Working with the Help
Designing with Architectural Objects
Working with Architectural Objects
Doors & Windows
Slabs, Roofs, Beams, and Columns
Stairs & Railings
Creating a New Project
Creating the First Floor
Working with Projects
Creating Mass Elements and Mass Groups
Slices and Napkin Sketches
Tags & Schedules
About the Author
Mike Thomas spent the first 12-years of his career in the Autodesk channel working for an Autodesk reseller as an Application Specialist. During his travels, he delivered countless hours of training, support, demos, and implementations. He was very fortunate to be able to help solve many issues with Autodesk software. Mike has been using AutoCAD since r13, cut his solid modeling teeth on Mechanical Desktop, and has been using Inventor since before it was known as Inventor. Data Management has always been a big part of his professional life, for the most part with Autodesk Vault.