Lynn Allen AutoCAD 2010 Tips & Tricks Now Available


Here in Richmond, VA it’s spring break for the local schools, and with Helen being a school teacher I thought I’d take off a few days myself.  Nonetheless, one thing that did hit my mailbox early this week was an e-mail from Mark Kiker, president of AUGI, letting me know Lynn Allen had agreed to give AUGI a sneak peek of her infamous AutoCAD 2010 Tips & Tricks booklet. As an AUGI member you get all the goodness Lynn’s Tips & Tricks booklet has always been known for, AND something extra special in this years booklet is a bonus section on Autodesk Impression 3 (which was made available to subscription members today). Here’s an excerpt from AUGI on the Tips & Tricks booklet:

You all know the value of Lynn Allen’s Tips and Tricks. You know that she has saved you tons of time and effort. Now Lynn Allen, Autodesk technical Evangelist and AUGI Sweetheart, is offering an exclusive to our members. A sneak peek at the AutoCAD 2010 Tips and Tricks.
That’s right – before anyone else gets to see them, Autodesk is allowing AUGI members an exclusive downloadable version. This PDF download is stuffed with the best of the best from Lynn. You have used them in the past and they have made you more productive. Get the latest in a long stream of helpful hints directly from Lynn to AUGI members. You must be a member to download the booklet.

The only catch to this deal is that you have to be an AUGI member to get access to the download.  But, in my opinion, that’s not a catch at all.  AUGI membership is FREE, and with your membership you get things like AUGIWorld (bi-monthly magazine), AUGI Hot News (monthly e-zine), free training, and more!  In addition to joining AUGI you should check out the Autodesk Imagine Tour.  There’s a good chance the tour is making it’s way to a city near you, where you can see Lynn present her Tips & Tricks live!

Donnie Gladfelter
Donnie Gladfelter

Donnie is author of the book and Autodesk Official Press, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT: No Experience Required, a columnist for AUGIWorld Magazine, Autodesk University speaker, and former member of the AUGI Board of Directors.

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