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Posted by  scratchy on February 27, 2003 at 13:38:01:

In Reply to:  Protocol on AutoCAD Skill level for resume posted by KP on February 26, 2003 at 05:49:14:

When I was freelancing I only did manual drafting. It was not until I broke my hand in-line skating that I finnally took the steps to learn autocad. It only took a few months to master the program, but It took full time work on real projects to encourage myself to learn it. There is too much to just sit down and learn, you must be confronted with each and every situation and work thru it as they occur. You'd be suprised how quickly you will learn CAD when you are in a professional environment. Just get in the door to a firm and youwill master it. I tried learning it alone, and when you have other professionals nearby that you can ask questions, it makes the learning process much easier.

 
 
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