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AutoCAD LT to ACAD Architecture - LOST!

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    Posted: 23.Nov.2023 at 22:12
Hi all, 

I've been a CAD LT user for about 15 years now and I've got quite quick at it now. I mainly use shortcuts etc. 
Anyway, I'm trying to bring our small Surveying practice into 2024 and out of 2006.
A previous colleage favoured Sketchup for this but I can't get on with it really. I find it doesn't really suit our need to develop floor plans as well as CAD did. But I understand it helps clients envisage designs. 
So I started looking at other AutoDesk products and got a 30day trial of AutoCAD Architecture as it seemed to make converting from floor plans to elevations/sections fairly simple with options to render to detail etc. 

After installing it though I was instantly lost and there seems to be very little online for training for this software. 
I wondered if anyone had any good guides for modelling with AutoCAD Architecture?
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