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philip.s
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Re: Publisher 2014

06-12-2013 01:44 PM in reply to: jlipovetz

Hi Joan!

 

 Inventor Publisher 2013 R1 should be commercially available to everyone, not just subscription customers, however I'm double checking with our online store team as the product description doesn't indicate the update.



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Re: Publisher 2014

06-13-2013 08:45 AM in reply to: philip.s

Confirming that Inventor Publisher 2013 R1 should be commercially available to everyone / our online store had updated the product but not the name which has just been resolved.



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Re: Publisher 2014

07-08-2013 05:34 AM in reply to: fsanchou

Where can I download 2013 Rev. 1?  The link provided above does not link to a download.

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Re: Publisher 2014

07-08-2013 06:00 AM in reply to: jlipovetz

Hi jlipovetz,

 

You can download the trial of Inventor Publisher 2013 r1 here.

 

Best regards,



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Re: Publisher 2014

07-08-2013 06:02 AM in reply to: camilo.lemos

Hi,  I have the 2013 version.  I am on subscription so I would like to get the update so that it will work with Inventor 2014.

 

Thanks,

 

Joan

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Re: Publisher 2014

07-16-2013 03:50 PM in reply to: philip.s

Hi Joan,

 

We're glad you're getting the update! With R1, you'll be much more compatible with many current Autodesk programs. 


The Inventor Publisher 2013 R1 program is a separate install from Inventor Publisher 2013. You will want to uninstall the 2013 software, install the 2013 R1 software, and then enter your license info. License info is NOT the same for these two programs. More info on this here: http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Inventor-Publisher/Product-Key-for-Publisher-2013-R1/m-p/3919...

 

You can run both 2013 and 2013 R1 at the same time if you'd like to keep the older version.

 

Good luck and feel free to post with any additional questions!

 

Andy

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Re: Publisher 2014

07-17-2013 05:18 AM in reply to: philip.s
Hi Andy,

I requested a copy of the Publisher 2013 from the subscription center when I was notified of the new software. However, the software I received doesn't say anything about R1. The DVD case looks just like the old one. Do I have the right copy? I hate to go through the install only to find out that it's not the right one.

Thank you,


Joan Lipovetz
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Associate Project Engineer

Moline Machinery LLC | Duluth MN USA
Office: 218-624-8251 | Fax: 218-624-8234
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Re: Publisher 2014

07-17-2013 11:04 AM in reply to: jlipovetz

Joan,


The case for R1 should look the same, but should have "R1" on it. You may try checking the program before running the install to make sure the program is correct. However, if they sent you the wrong disc, you should be able to return it and receive the R1 that you requested.

 

Good luck and keep me updated! If you'd like to email me, you can at andy.hunt@autodesk.com.

 

Andy

Autodesk

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kickseek
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Re: Publisher 2014

08-06-2013 04:57 AM in reply to: MaximUdod

I want to get my company to buy a few seats of Inventor Publisher so we can create the exact drawings we need without wasting our designers' time. But there is so much negativity about the product, and when I used a trial version 18 months ago it was clunky and sometimes dropped parts/lines/labels for no apparent reason. That's why we've held off - to see if the product improves. I can't risk convincing my employer to spend the money if the tool isn't up to the job. Surely you understand this. I wonder if there are any third-party products that work with Inventor files and can give me better results. Worth looking into, perhaps.

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Re: Publisher 2014

08-06-2013 05:48 AM in reply to: kickseek
You can give chance to Deep Exploration (Hemisphere).

The most notable CONS of the software - it can't update your job
automatically after Inventor model was updated.



On the other hand - you have no guaranties that Publisher would open job
done with it either
(http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Inventor-Publisher/Failed-to-Loa
d-File-Unknown-Error/m-p/3919988#M1688) unless you are willing provide
Autodesk with all your original (probably intellectual property) data.

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