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Class Files

The class files for this training guide were released on Nov. 11, 2016 (part number AS-ARD1701-ESS1NU-CF.exe). Please refer to the link in your training guide to download the latest class files.

AutoCAD Raster Design 2017 (R1) Essentials (1st Edition)

Total number of pages: 198
Total Hours: 16

Autodesk Authorized Publisher

The AutoCAD Raster Design 2017 (R1) Essentials student guide is designed for students that want to use the AutoCAD® Raster Design software to create, insert, manage, and edit raster images in AutoCAD® products. In this student guide, students learn how to use the features and functions of the AutoCAD Raster Design software.

Topics Covered:

  • Insert and create images.
  • Tile, save, and export images.
  • Work with multispectral images.
  • Correlate and rubbersheet images.
  • Enhance the appearance of images.
  • Edit images.
  • Work with DEM data.
  • Convert raster to vector.

It is recommended that students complete the AutoCAD 2017 (R1) Fundamentals course or know how to use the AutoCAD software to create basic geometry, manage layers, enter commands, and manage files. It is also recommended that students have a working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows®.

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