good book?

I've been using 2007 LT doing simple permit drawings. I would like to learn more skills like being able to build my own title blocks that have variable
attributes you can type in for each drawing. Or the ability to make the drawings to a certain scale, etc. Can you recommend a good book other than a "dummys" book where I can learn these things? -Allen Thompson
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What's wrong with a "dummy's" book?
As a rule, I'm a great fan of books, but I think this is one area where the amount and quality of material freely available online is superb.
The ability to produce drawings at a certain scale, and the creation of blocks with attributes are all topics covered in AutoCad's own help files - also a good first point of reference. Look for 'paperspace', 'blocks', and 'attributes' respectively.
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