Learning AutoCAD is no longer an excuse in these times of connectivity. Now it is possible to find manuals with videos completely free online. This option that I show you is perhaps the best course alternative to learn AutoCAD in an easy way.
This is the work of Luis Manuel González Nava, a version that existed in a printed book of 565 pages and two DVDs and is now available on the AulaClic platform. The methodology includes explanatory sections, concepts and images that complement the learning with videotutorials loaded on YouTube that have audio and explanations beyond what we could expect. Although it is based on the previous interface to AutoCAD 2009, the valuable thing is in the methodology, because the commands are the same.
Now it's totally free, as long as you see it online from AulaClic. It is advisable to watch the videos, one by one, without despairing until you understand the full dimension of what the system does, then you can delve into the written content. The next step could be to try to do the same works of the video, stop it if necessary, and in that dynamic surely in four dedicated days someone could learn the program for himself as if he had been (or better) than if he had been in a course of 60 hours.
The general division of content is separated into 41 sections that can be viewed from the Main Index. There is also a video tutorial index with the same numbering. This is the index of videos.
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Below I show you an example of the videos, as you will see, they have an explanation not only of the functionalities of the program but also of concepts and adaptation to conventional cartoonists. This is the print section, one of the most complicated topics in AutoCAD courses.
So if your intention is to learn AutoCAD, free and with videos, this may be the best way. It is worthwhile to be aware, since this same course is already being Built for AutoCAD 2012.