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AutoCAD® 2015 for Interior Design and Space Planning

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AutoCAD 2015 for Interior Design and Space Planning helps students understand the commands and features of AutoCAD 2015 and demonstrates how to use the program to complete interior design and space planning projects. Covering both two- and three-dimensional drawings, the text provides abundant exercises that walk students step-by-step through the use of AutoCAD prompts and commands. Using numerous illustrations, the text captures the essence of this powerful program and the importance it plays in the interior design, architecture and space planning professions. Features include:

  • Covers new AutoCAD 2015 interface

  • Progresses from basic commands to complex drawing exercises.

  • Provides over 100 exercises and projects.

  • Highlights seven projects appropriate for interior design, space planning and architecture students.

  • Includes coverage of the AutoCAD DesignCenter

  • Covers solid modeling in two chapters

  • Table of Contents

    1. About This eBook
    2. Title Page
    3. Copyright Page
    4. Features of AutoCAD® 2015 for Interior Design and Space Planning
    5. Instructor Resources
    6. Preface
      1. Hallmark Features
        1. Progresses from Basic Commands to Complex Drawing Exercises
        2. Provides More Than 100 Exercises and Projects
        3. Highlights Seven Projects Appropriate for Interior Design, Space Planning, and Architecture Students
        4. Includes More Than 600 Figures
        5. Introduces the AutoCAD DesignCenter
        6. Covers Solid Modeling in Two Chapters
      2. New to This Edition
      3. Acknowledgments
    7. Style Conventions in AutoCAD® 2015 for Interior Design and Space Planning
    8. Contents
    9. New to AutoCAD 2015
    10. Part One: Preparing to Draw with AutoCAD
      1. Chapter 1. Introducing the AutoCAD User Interface
        1. Introduction
          1. Create
          2. Learn
        2. Drawing Window and Graphics Cursor
        3. Application Menu Button
        4. Major Ways to Input/Select a Command
        5. Ribbon
          1. Expanded Panels
          2. Dialog Boxes and Palettes
          3. Tooltips
          4. Flyouts
        6. Command Line Window (<Ctrl>+9)
        7. Quick Access Toolbar
        8. Customize Quick Access Toolbar Down Arrow and Show Menu Bar
        9. AutoCAD Toolbars
        10. User Coordinate System Icon
          1. Advantage of Using the UCS
        11. Viewport Label Menus
        12. ViewCube
        13. Navigation Bar
        14. Infocenter
        15. Status Bar
          1. Drawing Coordinates Values (<Ctrl>+I)
          2. Model or Paper Space
          3. Quick View Tools
          4. Annotation Scaling Tools
          5. Workspace Switching
          6. Lock/Unlock Toolbar and Window Positions
          7. On/Off Hardware Acceleration
          8. Clean Screen (<Ctrl>+0 [Zero])
        16. Modify and Save a Workspace
        17. Getting Help in AutoCAD 2015
        18. Close AutoCAD
        19. Chapter Summary
        20. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
    11. Part Two: Two-Dimensional AutoCAD
      1. Chapter 2. Quick-Start Tutorials: Basic Settings and Commands
        1. Introduction
        2. Following the Tutorials in This Book
        3. Beginning an AutoCAD Drawing
        4. Saving the Drawing
          1. Save
          2. Save As
          3. DWT
          4. DWS
          5. DXF
          6. Drawing Name and File Name Extension
        5. Units
        6. Controlling Your Drawing
        7. Drawing Scale
        8. Drawing Limits and the Cartesian Coordinate System
        9. Grid
        10. GRIDDISPLAY
          1. Snap
        11. Zoom
        12. Drafting Settings Dialog Box
        13. Layers
          1. Layer Lists
        14. Linetypes
        15. Lineweights
          1. Lineweight Settings Dialog Box
          2. LWT
        16. Annotation Scale
        17. Saving the Drawing
        18. Using the Mouse and Right-Click Customization
        19. Ortho
        20. Drawing Lines Using the Grid Marks and Snap Increments
        21. Erase and Undo
        22. Drawing Lines Using Absolute Coordinates
        23. Drawing Lines Using Relative Coordinates
        24. Drawing Lines Using Polar Coordinates
        25. Drawing Lines Using Direct Distance Entry
        26. DYN
        27. Circle
          1. Center, Radius
          2. Center, Diameter
          3. 2 Points
          4. 3 Points
          5. TTR
        28. LTSCALE
        29. ZOOM
          1. Zoom-Window
          2. Zoom-All
          3. Zoom-Previous
          4. Zoom-Extents
          5. Zoom-Object
          6. Zoom-Realtime
        30. PAN REALTIME
        31. Transparent Commands
        32. REDRAW
        33. REGEN
        34. HIGHLIGHT
        35. Move and Editing Commands Selection Set
          1. Options for Selecting Objects to Modify
          2. Window (W) and Crossing Window (C)
          3. All (ALL)
          4. Fence (F)
          5. Remove (R) and Add (A)
          6. Last (L) and Previous (P)
          7. Undo (U)
        36. Grips
        37. UNDO and REDO
        38. ARC
          1. 3-Point
          2. Start, Center, End
          3. Start, Center, Angle
          4. Start, Center, Length
          5. Start, End, Angle
          6. Start, End, Direction
          7. Start, End, Radius
          8. Continue
        39. ELLIPSE
          1. Axis, End
          2. Center
        40. DONUT
        41. SCALE
          1. <Scale factor>
          2. Reference
        42. Adding Text
        43. Command Lines of Prompt History
        44. Plot - Name
        45. Page Setup
        46. Printer/Plotter
        47. Plot to File
        48. Browse for Plot File...
        49. Plot Style Table (Pen Assignments)
        50. Paper Size
        51. Plot Area
        52. Plot Scale
        53. Annotative Property and Annotation Scale
        54. Plot Offset (Origin Set to Printable Area)
        55. Shaded Viewport Options
        56. Plot Options
        57. Drawing Orientation
        58. Preview...
        59. Chapter Summary
        60. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. General Questions
        61. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 2-1: Drawing Shapes I [BASIC]
          2. Project 2-2: Drawing a Pattern [BASIC]
          3. Project 2-3: Drawing Shapes II [INTERMEDIATE]
          4. Project 2-4: Drawing a Door [INTERMEDIATE]
          5. Project 2-5: Drawing Shapes III [ADVANCED]
      2. Chapter 3. Drawing with AutoCAD: Conference and Lecture Rooms
        1. Drawing Template
        2. Polyline
          1. Undo
        3. OFFSET
          1. Through
          2. Erase
          3. Layer
        4. EXPLODE
        5. ID Point
        6. TRIM
        7. Rectangle
        8. CHAMFER
          1. Polyline
          2. Undo
          3. Angle
          4. Trim
          5. mEthod
          6. Multiple
        9. FILLET
        10. COPY and Osnap-Midpoint
        11. ROTATE
          1. Reference
        12. POINT
        13. DIVIDE
        14. MEASURE
        15. OSNAP
          1. Activating Osnap
        16. Copy, Osnap-Midpoint, Osnap-Node
        17. MIRROR
        18. Osnap Modes That Snap to Specific Drawing Features
        19. Running Osnap Modes
        20. Osnap Settings: Marker, Aperture, Magnet, Tooltip
        21. Solid Walls Using Polyline and Solid Hatch
        22. From
        23. BREAK
          1. First
          2. @
        24. Polyline Edit
        25. HATCH
        26. ARRAY
          1. Rectangular
        27. Path
        28. ARRAYEDIT
        29. Distance
        30. Polyline
          1. Width
          2. Half Width
          3. Length
          4. Close
        31. POLYGON
          1. Edge
        32. Grips—Add Vertex
        33. Grips—Convert to Arc
        34. ARRAY
          1. Polar
        35. Polar Tracking
        36. Polyline Edit
        37. Tracking
        38. Draw the Chairs around the Conference Table
        39. Complete the Conference Room
        40. Sync my Settings
        41. Command Preview
        42. Selection Enhancements
        43. Chapter Summary
        44. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        45. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 3-1: Rectangular Lecture Room Including Furniture [BASIC]
          2. Project 3-2: Curved Conference Room Including Furniture [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 3-3: Custom Area Rug [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 3-4: Video Conference Room Including Furniture [BASIC]
          5. Project 3-5: Rectangular Conference Room Including Furniture [INTERMEDIATE]
          6. Project 3-6: Conference Room with Angles Including Furniture [ADVANCED]
      3. Chapter 4. Adding Text and Tables to the Drawing
        1. Making Settings for Text Style
          1. Style Name
          2. Font Name
          3. Making a New Text Style
        2. Using the Single Line Text Command to Draw Text
          1. Justify Option
        3. Using Standard Codes to Draw Special Characters
        4. Using the Multiline Text Command to Draw Text Paragraphs in Columns
        5. Changing Text Properties
        6. Checking the Spelling
        7. Chapter Summary
        8. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        9. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 4-1: Lighting Legend [BASIC]
          2. Project 4-2: Room Finish Schedule [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 4-3: Door and Frame Schedule [ADVANCED]
      4. Chapter 5. Advanced Plotting: Using Plot Styles, Paper Space, Multiple Viewports, and PDF Files
        1. Layer Names, Colors, and Lineweights
        2. Plot Styles
          1. Named Plot Style (STB)
          2. Color-Dependent Plot Style (CTB)
        3. Model, Layout1, and Layout2 Tabs
          1. Page Setup Manager
          2. Center and Scale the Plan
          3. Complete the Layout
        4. Insert an Entire Drawing into a Current Drawing
        5. Page Setup Manager
        6. Copy a Viewport
        7. Center and Scale the Plans
        8. Complete the Layout
        9. Viewports (VPORTS)
        10. Use MVIEW to Restore the Viewport VP4 into Layout1
        11. Page Setup Manager
        12. Center and Scale the Plans
        13. Complete the Layout
        14. Chapter Summary
        15. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        16. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 5-1: Make a PDF File (Using Project 3-1) [BASIC]
          2. Project 5-2: Plot a Single Viewport to Scale and a Color-Dependent Plot Style (Using Project 3-2) [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 5-3: Plot Two Viewports at Two Different Scales and a Color-Dependent Plot Style (Using Projects 3-1 and 3-2) [ADVANCED]
      5. Chapter 6. Drawing the Floor Plan: Walls, Doors, and Windows
        1. The Tenant Space Project
        2. RECTANGLE
        3. HATCH
        4. ARRAY
        5. Multiline Style
        6. Multiline
        7. Edit Multiline
        8. EXTEND
        9. PROPERTIES
        10. LIST
        11. COLOR
        12. Linetype
        13. Lineweight
        14. Make Object’s Layer Current
        15. Match Properties
        16. Block-Make
        17. Wblocks
        18. Insert-Block
          1. Insertion Point
          2. X Scale Factor, Y Scale Factor
        19. Annotative Text
        20. Inserting Entire Drawings as Blocks
        21. Advantages of Using Blocks
          1. AutoCAD DesignCenter
        22. Chapter Summary
        23. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        24. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 6-1: Hotel Room 2 Floor Plan [BASIC]
          2. Project 6-2: Wheelchair-Accessible Commercial Restroom Floor Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 6-3: Bank Floor Plan [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 6-4: Log Cabin Floor Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          5. Project 6-5: House 1 Floor Plan [ADVANCED]
          6. Project 6-6: House 2 Floor Plan [ADVANCED]
      6. Chapter 7. Dimensioning and Area Calculations
        1. Eight Basic Types of Dimensions
        2. Dimensioning Variables
        3. Set the Dimensioning Variables Using the Dim: Prompt
        4. Set the Dimensioning Variables Using the Dimension Style Manager Dialog Box
        5. Fit Tab—Scale for Dimension Features
        6. Use Overall Scale of: (DIMSCALE)
        7. Annotative
        8. Linear and Continue Dimensioning
        9. Aligned Dimensioning
        10. Baseline Dimensioning
        11. Dimension Break
        12. Adjust Space
        13. DIMASSOC System Variable
        14. Associative Dimension Commands
        15. Oblique
        16. Align Text-Home-Angle-Left-Center-Right
        17. Override
        18. Update
        19. Defpoints Layer
        20. PROPERTIES
        21. Match Properties
        22. Grips
        23. Revision Cloud
        24. Area
        25. Cal
        26. QUICKCALC
        27. Chapter Summary
        28. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        29. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 7-1: Hotel Room 2 Dimensioned Floor Plan [BASIC]
          2. Project 7-2: Wheelchair-Accessible Commercial Restroom Dimensioned Floor Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 7-3: Bank Dimensioned Floor Plan [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 7-4: Log Cabin Dimensioned Floor Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          5. Project 7-5: House 1 Dimensioned Floor Plan [ADVANCED]
          6. Project 7-6: House 2 Dimensioned Floor Plan [ADVANCED]
      7. Chapter 8. Drawing Elevations, Sections, and Details
        1. Introduction
        2. UCS
        3. UCS Icon
          1. Draw the Upper Cabinets
        4. Mirror
          1. Draw the Lower Cabinets
        5. Stretch
          1. Complete the Drawing
          2. Circles to Be Used with Multileaders
          3. Multileader Style
          4. Multileader
          5. Multileader Align
          6. Change Multileader Style
          7. Multileader Collect
          8. Multileader Add
        6. Prepare to Use the Hatch Command with the Add: Select Objects Boundary Option
          1. Use the Hatch Command with the Add: Select Objects Boundary Option
          2. Use the Hatch Command with the Add: Pick Points Boundary Option
        7. Hatch; Hatch and Gradient Dialog Box; Hatch Tab
          1. Type and Pattern
          2. Angle and Scale
          3. Hatch Origin
          4. Boundaries
          5. Options
        8. More Options
          1. Islands
          2. Boundary Retention
          3. Boundary Set
          4. Gap Tolerance
          5. Inherit Options
        9. Edit Hatch
          1. Point Filters
        10. OTRACK
        11. Chapter Summary
        12. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        13. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 8-1: Detail Drawing of a Bar Rail [BASIC]
          2. Project 8-2: Wheelchair-Accessible Commercial Restrooms Elevation [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 8-3: Drawing a Mirror and Sections of a Mirror from a Sketch [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 8-4, Part 1: Log Cabin Kitchen Elevation 1 [BASIC]
          5. Project 8-4, Part 2: Log Cabin Kitchen Elevation 2 [BASIC]
          6. Project 8-5: Family Room, House 1 Elevation [ADVANCED]
      8. Chapter 9. Drawing the Furniture Installation Plan, Adding Specifications, and Extracting Data
        1. Introduction
        2. Draw the Furniture Symbols
        3. Define Attributes... (ATTDEF)
          1. Constant Attribute
          2. Variable Attribute
          3. Verify Attribute
        4. Edit Text (DDEDIT)
        5. QP (Quick Properties)
        6. Properties
        7. WBLOCK the Furniture with Attributes Symbol
        8. Insert the Wblock with Attributes into the Drawing
        9. Complete the Tenant Space Furniture Installation Plan
        10. Edit Attribute, Single...
        11. Edit Attribute, Global
        12. Attribute Display (ATTDISP)
        13. Redefining an Inserted Block with Attributes Using the BLOCK Command
        14. Block Attribute Manager (BATTMAN)
        15. Synchronize Attributes (ATTSYNC)
        16. Data Extraction...
        17. Chapter Summary
        18. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        19. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 9-1: Hotel Room 2 Furniture Plan [BASIC]
          2. Project 9-2: Hotel Room 1 Furniture Plan [BASIC]
          3. Project 9-3: Bank Furniture Plan [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 9-4: Log Cabin Furniture Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          5. Project 9-5: House 1 Furniture Plan [ADVANCED]
          6. Project 9-6: House 2 Furniture Plan [ADVANCED]
      9. Chapter 10. DesignCenter, Autodesk Seek, Dynamic Blocks, and External References
        1. Introduction
        2. The DesignCenter
          1. DesignCenter Tabs
          2. DesignCenter Buttons
          3. DesignCenter
          4. Autodesk Seek
        3. Use Block Editor to Make Dynamic Blocks
        4. XATTACH (Attach External Reference)
        5. External Reference (XREF)
        6. XBIND
        7. Features of External References
        8. Chapter Summary
        9. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        10. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 10-1: Dynamic Block (Table and Chair) with Stretch and Move Actions [BASIC]
          2. Project 10-2: Dynamic Block (Bed) [BASIC]
          3. Project 10-3: Condo Floor Plan with External References [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 10-4: Log Cabin Floor Plan with External References [INTERMEDIATE]
          5. Project 10-5: House 1 Floor Plan with External References [ADVANCED]
      10. Chapter 11. Drawing the Reflected Ceiling Plan and Voice/Data/Power Plan
        1. Introduction
        2. Tenant Space Lighting Legend Symbols
        3. Tenant Space Reflected Ceiling Plan
        4. Tenant Space Voice/Data/Power Legend Symbols
        5. Tenant Space Voice/Data/Power Plan
        6. Chapter Summary
        7. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        8. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 11-1: Hotel Room 2 Power/Communication/Lighting Legend and Plan [BASIC]
          2. Project 11-2: Wheelchair-Accessible Commercial Restroom Lighting Legend and Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 11-3, Part 1: Bank Lighting Legend and Reflected Ceiling Plan [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 11-3, Part 2: Bank Voice/Data/Power Legend and Plan [ADVANCED]
          5. Project 11-4, Part 1: Log Cabin Lighting Legend and Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          6. Project 11-4, Part 2: Log Cabin Power/Communication Legend and Plan [INTERMEDIATE]
          7. Project 11-5: House 1 Power/ Communication/ Lighting Plan [ADVANCED]
          8. Project 11-6: House 2 Power/Communication/Lighting Plan [ADVANCED]
      11. Chapter 12. Creating Presentations with Layouts and Making a Sheet Set
        1. Use Create Layout Wizard to Set Up Four Viewports on a Single Sheet
        2. Complete the Title Block
        3. Use Layer Properties Manager to Freeze Viewport Layers
        4. Scale and Center the Plans
        5. Use MVSETUP to Align the Plans
        6. Complete the Presentation
        7. Make New Layout Tabs and Rename the New Layout Tabs
        8. Prepare the Layout Tabs for Plotting Drawings
        9. Use MVSETUP to Insert a Title Block
        10. Quick View Tools
        11. New Sheet Set and Sheet Set Manager
        12. Chapter Summary
        13. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        14. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 12-1: Hotel Room 2 Presentation Sheet [BASIC]
          2. Project 12-2: Bank Sheet Set [ADVANCED]
          3. Project 12-3: Log Cabin Sheet Set [INTERMEDIATE]
          4. Project 12-4: House 1 Sheet Set [ADVANCED]
          5. Project 12-5: House 2 Sheet Set [ADVANCED]
      12. Chapter 13. Isometric Drawing and Gradient Hatch Rendering
        1. Axonometric Drawing
        2. Isometric Drawing
        3. Drafting Settings Dialog Box
        4. Shape 1: Drawing the Isometric Rectangle
        5. Shape 2: Drawing Isometric Ellipses
        6. Shape 3: Drawing a Chair with Ellipses That Show the Thickness of a Material
        7. Shape 4: Drawing a Shape That Has a Series of Isometric Ellipses Located on the Same Centerline
        8. Shape 5: Isometric Detail with Rounded Corners
        9. Shape 6: A TV Shape with an Angled Back
        10. Shape 7: Isometric Detail: A Hexagonal-Shaped Vase
        11. Dimensioning in Isometric
        12. Gradient Hatch
        13. Chapter Summary
        14. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        15. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 13-1: Using Gradient Patterns to Render the Reception Desk of Exercise 13-2 [BASIC]
          2. Project 13-2: Tenant Space Reception Seating Area Isometric [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 13-3: Tenant Space Conference Chair in Isometric [ADVANCED]
          4. Project 13-4: Log Cabin Kitchen Isometric Cutaway Drawing [ADVANCED]
          5. Project 13-5: Family Room, House 1 Cutaway [ADVANCED]
    12. Part Three: Three-Dimensional AutoCAD
      1. Chapter 14. Solid Modeling
        1. Introduction
        2. Solids Commands Used to Create Basic Shapes
        3. Solids Commands Used to Create Composite Solids
        4. Solids Commands Used to Edit Solids
        5. SOLIDEDIT
        6. Controlling UCS in Three Dimensions
          1. Dynamic UCS
        7. Commands for Viewing Solids
          1. 3D Views Menu Options
        8. SteeringWheels
        9. ViewCube
        10. Other Commands That Can Be Used to Edit Solids
        11. Settings That Control How the Solid Is Displayed
        12. Box
        13. Sphere
        14. Wedge
        15. Cone
        16. Cylinder
        17. Torus
        18. Draw an Extruded Circle
        19. Draw an Extruded Polygon
        20. Draw an Extruded Rectangle
        21. Draw an Extruded Structural Angle
        22. Draw an Extruded Shape
        23. Draw Revolved Shape 1
        24. Draw a Revolved Rectangle
        25. Draw a Revolved Paper Clip Holder
        26. ROTATE3D
        27. Chamfer and Fillet the Top Four Edges of Two Separate Boxes
        28. Chamfer and Fillet on the Top Edge of Two Separate Cylinders
        29. Draw Solid Shape 1
        30. Draw Solid Shape 2
        31. Union
        32. Subtract
        33. Hide
        34. Sweep
        35. Loft
          1. Create a Bowl-Shaped Object
        36. Planar Surface
        37. POLYSOLID
        38. Draw Two Extruded Shapes at Right Angles to Each Other
        39. Intersect
        40. Wblock the Intersected Model
        41. Complete Exercise 14-1
        42. Chapter Summary
        43. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        44. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 14-1: Drawing Solid Models of Eight Objects [BASIC]
          2. Project 14-2: Drawing a Solid Model of a Lamp Table [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 14-3: Drawing a Solid Model of the Tenant Space Reception Seating [BASIC]
          4. Project 14-4: Drawing a Solid Model of a Lamp and Inserting It into the Lamp Table Drawing [ADVANCED]
      2. Chapter 15. Advanced Modeling
        1. Introduction
        2. RENDER
          1. Render Quality
          2. Destinations
        3. Lights
        4. Materials
        5. Other Commands Available to Render, Animate, Attach Scanned Files, and Shade 3D Models
        6. Chapter Summary
        7. Chapter Test Questions
          1. Multiple Choice
          2. Matching
          3. True or False
          4. List
          5. Questions
        8. Chapter Projects
          1. Project 15-1: Make a Solid Model of the Picnic Table Shown in the Sketch. Use Render Commands to Make a Photo-Realistic Rendering of the Solid Model [BASIC]
          2. Project 15-2: Make a Solid Model of the Chair Shown in the Sketch. Use Render Commands to Make a Photo-Realistic Rendering of the Solid Model [INTERMEDIATE]
          3. Project 15-3: Make a Solid Model of the Table Shown in the Sketch. Use Render Commands to Make a Photo-Realistic Rendering of the Solid Model [ADVANCED]
    13. Appendix A. Keyboard Shortcuts
    14. Appendix B. Shortcut and Temporary Override Keys
    15. Appendix C. Floor Plans and Interior Elevations of a 15-Unit Condominium Building
      1. Figures C-1 and C-2
      2. Figures C-3 Through C-8
      3. Figures C-9 and C-10
    16. Glossary
    17. Index