AutoCAD Level-2 covers the detailed operation process of key drawing commands. It is expected that students commence this course after completing the Auto CAD Level-1 course.
The course provides the operation process of various commands like trim, extend, array, hatch, etc.
The first module provides an operation process of offset and mirror commands.
The second module provides an operation process of trim and extends commands. It provides all the subcommands details to use these two commands. It also provides the operation process of chamfer and fillet commands. Chamfer and fillet command also comes with various subcommands and further inside is provided within the course module.
The third Module provides the operation process of array commands. Array command comes with two subcommands knows as a rectangular array and polar array. Both are detailed out within the module.
The fourth Module provides the operation process of ortho, polar, o-snap and hatch commands. O-snap and hatch commands come with various subcommands and detailed process to use these commands is provided.
The fifth Module provides the operation process of the Layer manager. It covers all the sub-operation within the layer manager such as freeze, lock, off, colour, line-type, line thickness, new layer creation, etc.
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