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Civil 3D 2006 tutorials

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04-10-2009 08:28 AM
My company uses (and is apparently not upgrading anytime soon) Civil 3D 2006. I am trying to find a 2006 version of the "tutorials." On the AutoDesk website there is a 2009 version under Services and Support, Learn the Basics, Tutorials(#4). Can someone direct me to a website where I can find this or forward me a copy???
Thanks!
Brian B - Louisville, KY
*James Wedding, P.E.
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Re: Civil 3D 2006 tutorials

04-10-2009 08:34 AM in reply to: boardman321
May I suggest Monster.com? I think there was an ad in pn.classifieds if
you're willing to relocate to Cincinnati.

Seriously, I'd sell my computer and go open a hotdog stand (that's my
backup plan anyway!) before I'd try and get much work done in C3D 2006.
I ran it, and survived, but sweet Moses, you're really asking for
trouble. You're in unsupported land and the app itself is quirky to be kind.

To answer your question, I _think_ I might have some 2006 books floating
around at the office. They're not the adesk tutorials, but are the AOTC
Residential courseware. Drop me an e-mail: james.wedding@eng-eff.com

Seriously, run away.

James Wedding, P.E.
*Joe Bouza
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Re: Civil 3D 2006 tutorials

04-10-2009 09:35 AM in reply to: boardman321
Mmmmm. Hot dogs...

@ with the works and a Black Cherry, Please ....... can I
getaknishwitdat?

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Thanks, Joe

Joseph D. Bouza, P.E.
Civil 3D 2008
LDT 2008
Win XP pro
v 2002, sp 2
hp workstation xw4600
Intel Core Duo CPU
E7200 @2.53 GHz
3 GB RAM
NIVDIA Quadro FX 1700 (512MB)
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; "P.E." wrote in message
news:6160266@discussion.autodesk.com...
May I suggest Monster.com? I think there was an ad in pn.classifieds if
you're willing to relocate to Cincinnati.

Seriously, I'd sell my computer and go open a hotdog stand (that's my
backup plan anyway!) before I'd try and get much work done in C3D 2006.
I ran it, and survived, but sweet Moses, you're really asking for
trouble. You're in unsupported land and the app itself is quirky to be kind.

To answer your question, I _think_ I might have some 2006 books floating
around at the office. They're not the adesk tutorials, but are the AOTC
Residential courseware. Drop me an e-mail: james.wedding@eng-eff.com

Seriously, run away.

James Wedding, P.E.
*wfb
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Re: Civil 3D 2006 tutorials

04-10-2009 10:08 AM in reply to: boardman321
Joe:

You are restricted to a takhomasack!

Bill
*John Mayo
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Re: Civil 3D 2006 tutorials

04-11-2009 06:30 PM in reply to: boardman321
DwD's

Dirty Water Dogs!

James is right on the money.


John



; "P.E." wrote in message
news:6160266@discussion.autodesk.com...
May I suggest Monster.com? I think there was an ad in pn.classifieds if
you're willing to relocate to Cincinnati.

Seriously, I'd sell my computer and go open a hotdog stand (that's my
backup plan anyway!) before I'd try and get much work done in C3D 2006.
I ran it, and survived, but sweet Moses, you're really asking for
trouble. You're in unsupported land and the app itself is quirky to be kind.

To answer your question, I _think_ I might have some 2006 books floating
around at the office. They're not the adesk tutorials, but are the AOTC
Residential courseware. Drop me an e-mail: james.wedding@eng-eff.com

Seriously, run away.

James Wedding, P.E.
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