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emanue3
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AutoCad Architecture 2013

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06-19-2012 11:12 AM

Once I have installed AutoCad 2013 onto my computer can I delete the older versions of AutoCad 2012? If so, can I remove the previous versions of Material Library and other programs that accopany older versions of AutoCad.  Also, I have Revit and 3DS Max on my computer will deleting these other programs affect them.  Finally, what should be the excat number of programs/plugnins that I have in regards to the new AutoCad 2013.  Sorry for such a long question.

 

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Re: AutoCad Architecture 2013

06-19-2012 01:57 PM in reply to: emanue3

All the products are separate, so if you want to remove the older releases to save space or just because you don't use them anymore, by all means do so.  This includes any language packs or material libraries. 

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Image Libraries

06-19-2012 06:33 PM in reply to: emanue3

What are the low, medium, and base image libraries?  Is that alos tied to older versions of AutoCad?  I noticed that the 2013 version does not have those installed with it.  

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