August 01, 2005

AUGI ATP Courses for August 2005

There are three classes this month, starting on August 8. Pre-registration has been re-instituted, so you can sign up for classes today. If you are already an AUGI member, login to the website, click on Education in the link bar below the logo and follow the ATP links at the left side. If you are not a member - now is a perfect time to join. Membership is free, as are the ATP courses.

ATP085 Access and AutoCAD: A Wedding Invitation
Category: AutoCAD
Course Title: ATP085 Access and AutoCAD
Level: Beginner
Instructor: Eric Wing
Course Start: Monday, August 8, 2005
Status: Open for Registration

It’s true! Access and AutoCAD were MADE for each other. There’s always been a reserved space in AutoCAD’s “heart” for Microsoft’s Access database. Bringing together the compatible components of these two programs, this course will start with creating an Access database (.mdb) with simple tables, queries, forms and reports. The student will then use this database as a data source in AutoCAD. You can put your brain on the shelf for this one because it’s easy!

ATP086 ObjectARX for Dummies
Category: Programming
Course Title: ATP086 ObjectARX for Dummies
Level: Advanced
Instructor: Fernando Malard
Course Start: Monday, August 8, 2005
Status: Open for Registration

Start to program easily with ObjectARX through simple and direct examples. The course will cover the minimum application overview with practical examples and most common procedures. If you always dreamed of creating an ObjectARX application but never had the courage to face the huge documentation, this class is perfect for you. This course will cover: ObjectARX Application basics, AutoCAD database basics, user interface basics, custom entities basics, custom objects basics and notification basics.

ATP087 Collaborating with AutoCAD and DWF Composer
Category: AutoCAD
Course Title: ATP087 AutoCAD's DWF Composer
Level: All Levels
Instructor: David Cohn
Course Start: Monday, August 8, 2005
Status: Open for Registration

Do you need to exchange drawings and collaborate with others who don’t use AutoCAD? Learn how to publish AutoCAD drawings as multi-sheet DWF files and then collaborate using Autodesk DWF Composer. This class covers creating DWF files; using DWF Composer to view, measure and mark up those DWF files; and then using AutoCAD’s Markup Set Manager to view and respond to those markups in a seamless collaboration process.

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