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The Creative Inventor, Dennis Jeffrey, offers tips on using the Construction Environment in Autodesk Inventor. But first, he'll define some terms.
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Author Tharakesh Ananthakrishnan examines the Column Grid, an easy-to-use object in AutoCAD Architecture 2010.
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