Top 3 AutoCAD 2013 Features Revealed in New AutoCAD 2013 Book

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With the new arrival AutoCAD® 2013 for Windows and the Mac a new book is being offered at SimpleCAD called What's inside AutoCAD® 2013. The downloadable book also includes a complete list changed commands and variables found in the new Autodesk release.

AutoCAD 2013 Book

Inside AutoCAD 2013 Book

The AutoCAD Book for 2013 Release provides a quick way for CAD operators and and businesses to transition from an older AutoCAD® version to AutoCAD® 2013 without wasting any time...

SimpleCAD announced today that it is adding a new AutoCAD® book to it's CAD book collection called What's inside AutoCAD® 2013?

The newly released book is written by upFront.eZine editor Ralph Gabroski, a CAD industry expert who has written over 100 books about AutoCAD® and other CAD related topics.

SimpleCAD's President Erik Zetterberg says "All of Ralph's books offer excellent technical know-how on about various CAD topics. The new AutoCAD® 2013 book provides a quick way for CAD operators and and businesses to transition from an older AutoCAD® version to AutoCAD® 2013 without wasting any time."

The book is 94 pages covers topics such as:

  • Our Top 3 AutoCAD® 2013 Features
  • New and Changed 2D/3D Commands
  • New AutoCAD® System Variables
  • Additions to Drawing Views and Shortcuts
  • Changes to GUI, CLI Text and Colors
  • The Cloud and how to use it
  • Accessing Vault in AutoCAD®
  • New System Requirements and Other Changes
  • Changes to AutoCAD® for Mac 2013
  • Compatibility with Earlier Releases, API, DWG

Special Pricing is also being offered for this book.

About SimpleCAD:

SimpleCAD also offers other various AutoCAD® books which are downloadable immediately after purchased. SimpleCAD has been actively serving the AutoCAD® industry for over 25 years and also offer CAD software for different drawing applications.

Please visit http://www.simplcad.com / email (at) simplecad.com
or call them at 877-933-3929.

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