CADLearning products for Autodesk software, released today a new CADLearning eBook Series title for AutoCAD 2014. The AutoCAD 2014 New Features and Enhancements – Revealed! title is over 140 pages and contains 38 lessons which include embedded videos, text, images and interactive galleries.
The e-book is now available to AutoCAD users looking to learn about the latest release of AutoCAD software from Autodesk. Topics include lessons covering the new and enhanced functionality on user interaction, design exploration, documentation, connection and customization. Visit cadlearning-autocad-2014-new-features to view sample videos and get access to a streaming version of the e-book or download a copy to your desktop. This new e-book will also be made available for iPad users in the iTunes Bookstore in the coming weeks.
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