Advanced AutoCAD® 2022 Exercise Workbook

Advanced AutoCAD® 2022 Exercise Workbook

For Windows®

Cheryl R. Shrock, Steve Heather


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Looking to take your AutoCAD skills to the next level, but don’t know where to turn? Your search is over. AutoCAD® gurus Cheryl Shrock and Steve Heather have created the perfect learning system, packed with lessons, exercises, projects, and practical inside tips.  
Refreshed screenshots and step-by-step exercises, frequently asked questions, and updated industry-specific projects highlight this edition covering the new AutoCAD 2022 software. This Exercise Workbook covers important AutoCAD commands and step-by-step procedures, including a thorough review of the latest features available (see the feature box, below), including Floating Drawing Tabs and Shared Views. All of this is reinforced by inch and metric exercises, designed to give you the practice needed to efficiently master key skills and complete more advanced projects. Plus, for the first time ever, an AutoCAD Quick Key Guide is included, providing a handy reminder for one-key shortcuts and multiple keyboard combinations.
Whether you are an instructor, a student of engineering, design, architecture, or computer graphics, or a hobbyist looking to hone your craft, you will find the Advanced AutoCAD Exercise Workbook an invaluable asset in your AutoCAD library.  

New and/or Improved Features in AutoCAD 2022:

  • Installer–The new Installer reduces the number of steps required for the initial install, improving performance.
  • Floating Drawing Tabs–Drag a drawing file tab from the main application window to make it a separate drawing file window and have several drawings open at once. This is particularly useful if you have two or more monitors.
  • Shared Views–Store your designs in the Cloud for other users to view, measure, and exchange feedback.
  • Share Current Drawing–Share a link to your drawing file and others can view or edit that drawing in AutoCAD’s online application.
  • Trace–Turn this on so that collaborators can work together on drawing changes without altering the existing drawing.
  • Redesigned Start Tab–Take advantage of easier access to recent work and saved drawing files from connected drives, as well as learning resources and announcements from Autodesk.


Cheryl R. Shrock:
Cheryl Shrock is a retired Professor and Chairperson of Computer Aided Design at Orange Coast College in California. The AutoCAD ExerciseWorkbooks are the result of both her teaching skills and her industry experience. She also is an Autodesk® registered author.

Steve Heather is a former Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Aided Design in England, UK.  For the past 8 years, he has been a Beta Tester for Autodesk®, testing the latest AutoCAD® software and is a member of the AutoCAD® Customer Council.  He is the co-author of the bestselling series of Beginning and Advanced AutoCAD® Exercise Workbooks.  Previous to teaching, and for more than 30 years, Heather worked as a Precision Engineer in the aerospace and defense industries.