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OuickCAD R7 and AutoCAD 2000

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01-25-2000 10:57 PM


Hi. I'm taking a course in AutoCAD 2000. I was looking for a less expensive
program to put on my computer at home so I can do some last minute late
night work (which I will certianly need to do). Is Quickdesk worth it (does
it have enough tools and  feature), or would I be wasting my money
on a glorified picture viewer. Futhermore, do I run the risk of corrupting
or ruining my work when Quickdesk opens a Autocad 2000 file and reformats
everything to accomadate it's more limited library (i.e. - fonts and fills,
ect)? This would certianly be undesirable at the last minute.

Should I buy AutoCAD LT 2000. I can get it for $179.00.

                                                                                          
Thanks in advance,

                                                                                                               
Tom

                                                                                           
Ranger_Andy@Yahoo.com
*DICKERSON, THOMAS
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Re: OuickCAD R7 and AutoCAD 2000

01-26-2000 08:38 AM in reply to: *tom
Tom,

 

Without a doubt, AutoCad Lt 2000 is your only
option.  It's virtually 100% compatible.  Check the features at the
autodesk website for comparisons.

 

Tom Dickerson

Drafting Plus



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Hi.
I'm taking a course in AutoCAD 2000. I was looking for a less expensive
program to put on my computer at home so I can do some last minute late night
work (which I will certianly need to do). Is Quickdesk worth it (does it have
enough tools and  feature), or would I be wasting my money on a glorified
picture viewer. Futhermore, do I run the risk of corrupting or ruining my work
when Quickdesk opens a Autocad 2000 file and reformats everything to
accomadate it's more limited library (i.e. - fonts and fills, ect)? This would
certianly be undesirable at the last minute.
Should I buy AutoCAD LT 2000.
I can get it for $179.00.

                                                                                          
Thanks in advance,

                                                                                                               
Tom

                                                                                           
Ranger_Andy@Yahoo.com

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