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This lesson will give you practice drawing simple objects using Direct Distance Entry.  This is the most commonly used method of drawing in AutoCAD.  Using Direct Distance Entry with Object Snaps and Object Snap Tracking allows you to quickly and accurately draw objects with the high level of precision required by CAD standards.

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