Each March Autodesk brings us a new release of AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT or other AutoCAD based products. Shortly after the release of the products, new editions of books start making their way to Amazon or a bookstore shelf near you; this year is no different. There are three books that I am looking forward to seeing in their final format, and that is because I have had the pleasure of participating in the projects one way or another. Two of these books are revisions to established books, while there is a new entry in the mix this year. These books are to be published by Wiley and fall under the Bible and Dummies series, and should be available between the months of May through July. What could be better than being outside with a new book, your copy of AutoCAD and a wireless connection sitting near the pool? OK maybe that is my idea of a fun day in the sub, but these are all great books to pick up and learn about the new features, or if you are new to AutoCAD all together.
AutoCAD 2007 for Dummies by David Byrnes and Mark Middlebrook
AutoCAD & AutoCAD LT All-in-One Reference for Dummies by David Byrnes and Lee Ambrosius
Update (8/16/06): All three books are currently available for purchase from your favorite online or local bookstore.