Autocad anyone? Home › Forum › Chat Forum › Autocad anyone? Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total) Autocad anyone? worsMember Last time i used autocad was on R14, can anyone recommend a book to get upto speed on 2009? Not the dummies books though. Posted 9 years ago NicknoxxMember I used “Just Enough Autocad 2006” Now 2007 I believe. Does what it says on the tin Posted 9 years ago Van HalenMember you can still use all the same commands just set your preferances to look like the old one. the new toolbarry things can be useful if you use lots of the same blocks/commands. then again i`m an old dog. the new tricks are probably good but i dont want to know. Posted 9 years ago ShinyRedOrangeMember I hadn’t used it since Uni so i did a few night classes to get me back up to speed, Posted 9 years ago CaptainFlashheartMember Anyone else think this was about Terry Thomas and his choice of automotive transport? Posted 9 years ago MTTMember Don’t worry about it, they are all the same, they add stuff each year to justify the upgrade fee, its rarely useful though. Posted 9 years ago simon1975Subscriber I still use all the keyboard commands I learnt on the pre-windows R12 Posted 9 years ago freddygMember Anyone know if there are any companies in Cardiff (or surrounding areas) that are hiring AutoCAD drivers? My brother has just been made redundant 🙁 Posted 9 years ago druidhMember Is this for designing bike frames? Posted 9 years ago molgripsSubscriber <hijack>I am on the lookout for free CAD software, for doing some joinery projects. Any ideas?</hijack> Posted 9 years ago MTTMember molgrips – forget AutoCAD, get Sketchup – it has a drawing addition called ‘layout’, I’d use that, its fairly intuitive. Any questions just drop me a mail. Posted 9 years ago Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total) The topic ‘Autocad anyone?’ is closed to new replies.