I spent an hour reviewing this book in a bookstore so I cannot give a complete review. I am presently re-learning AutoCAD; when I knew it, it was known as AutoCAD 11: Windows and AutoCAD did not play together yet.
What I saw of the author's book was very impressive. I followed several expertly laid-out examples demonstrating the capabilities of AutoCAD 07. Then, it dawned on me that the steps I would have to perform were a few months away in my training. The instruction follows a "you already know that" logic that will, did, catch a tenderfoot off-guard.
My advice, and I am in the advice business, is don't buy this book if you are just starting out. Buy one of the other AutoCAD books I recommended such as David Fry's "AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCADLT 2007 -- no experience necessary," or Cheryl Schrock's "Beginning AutoCAD." These are both excellent books for the beginner. If you are college-educated, you may want to go with Fry's book. Schrock's book is ideal for high school. I plan to buy Kalameja's book in two months when I am finished with Fry's book.
Don't miss this book! You will want to take full advantage of AutoCAD's capabilities and learn to draft like a pro.
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