AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 Tutorial Series from CADLearning

4D announces a new tutorial series for users of Autodesk's AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011

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Bedford, NH (PRWEB) July 12, 2010

The AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 Tutorial Series is now available for subscription on our websites or to purchase on disk.

Learn to create, edit and modify AutoCAD Civil 3D design objects in the 2011 application. Annotate designs, obtain information and use AutoCAD Civil 3D data in other applications.

Wendy Miller has put together a highly granular, 15 hour, 167 lesson video tutorial series. This is perfect for the new AutoCAD Civil 3D user or those upgrading from an earlier version. Follow along in sequence to learn AutoCAD Civil 3D or use the search and custom course building tools to narrow down your area of focus. Whatever their level of expertise, all AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 users will find this a valuable learning and support tool.

All tutorial series are available online, on DVD-ROM and as part of our private learning management centers for business and education.

The course overviews, sample full length lessons and printable outlines are available at: http://www.cadlearning.com

About CADLearning:
4D Technologies (CADLearning), an Authorized Autodesk Publisher, produces and publishes a complete series of Computer Based Learning Programs for Design, BIM, LEED and Infrastructure Professionals. The CADLearning video lessons for AutoCAD, Ecotect, Autodesk Inventor, 3ds Max, Revit Architecture, AutoCAD Architecture, Civil 3D, Electrical, Map, Revit MEP, Structure and more are available for Desktop, streaming online at http://www.CADLearning.com and in Hosted, Managed CAD Learning Centers for corporate and educational users.

About Autodesk:
Autodesk is the world's leading design software and digital content company.
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