Fundamentally you're drawing plans no different than if you were doing a set of plans for house, commercial building, what have you. AutoCAD is an extremely powerful program, takes a lto fo practice to get good at it, but, it pays off. I know enough to be dangerous, but, I've watched architects sitting in front of a CAD workstation and they just fly. Once you know how to do everything with the command window in AutoCad you're going to be moving very very quickly.Radman said:So people do do sets in AutoCAD? That's what I thought, but it would be complicated, not being specifically designed for set. Thanks.