So what are Quick Guides you might be asking? Typically, Quick Guides are focused on a specific topic and deliver a quick shot of information and might be enough for a general overview at times of some features. They might also be references that are able to get you up and running very quickly with new features or even old ones that might have been forgotten. I have been publishing a variety of Quick Guides for many years and releases now.
Quick Guides are great if you teach AutoCAD classes to new students. One of the Quick Guides that I have is for many of the commonly used Command Aliases, Accelerated Keys (Keyboard Shortcuts), Coordinate System (Types of Point Entry), Drag 'n Droppable files, Object Snaps and Selection Methods.
Click here to access the AutoCAD 2005 version of the Quick Guide
Need an older version... we might have you covered with Quick Guides going back as far as R14 and through 2004. To view the many other Quick Guides click here. Have any ideas or suggestions for information you would like to see covered in a future Quick Guide send me at e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.