Well, for the moment we arrived at the end of this course, clearly AutoCAD not end there, there would be lots more to explain more about the design in 2D, but what about the basic functions of the program, we have already treated several topics on which you have to practice a lot and once you master you will be able to create and print your designs using this program.
Practice a lot with the commands you have learned, try then to create something more elaborate, such as Plant, a furnished room or a technical drawing of an object, a brand etc.. according to your preferences and needs, you can draw in Autocad just about anything.
When you start the designs calculate from the outset the scale factor with which they print, and scale the size of the template, the text and basic dimensions in according to this and the paper size you wish to use.
Attempts to draw the tables that are easy to understand and generally follow the rules that use hand drawing.
Please note that AutoCAD is only a tool, we can compare it to know how to use the pencil and set squares, and clearly does not draw on its own.
With this course I hope to have transmitted the use of basic commands, through the combination of which will acquire the ability to put into digital form (that in the case of CAD drawing is called "vectorial" format ), what in theory would be able to draw on paper, but using the advantages that the use of the computer makes available to us.
From this starting point, you can deepen more the potential of Autocad and manage even very complex designs, and then perhaps move to 3D design and three-dimensional graphics.