AutoCAD LT General Discussion

AutoCAD LT General Discussion

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New guy

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10-19-2012 12:41 AM

I am new in autocad, i have worked in college whit it and it was a crecked version there as well.

I want to buy a genuine license.

Can someone tell me what is the cheapest lt version that you have? do you have older versions or just 2012 or 2013.

best regards

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Re: New guy

10-19-2012 04:08 AM in reply to: Danimarian

What you can purchase from Autodesk will be current shipping version only. At this time 2013.

You may find discounted 2013 versions thru Amazon (I have good luck there) or other re-sellers.

There may be some older versions of the software at these outlets as well but beware if it is too cheep to be believable it may be pirated.


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Re: New guy

10-19-2012 07:31 AM in reply to: Danimarian

You can get LT 2013 through Amazon for about $880.

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Re: New guy

10-19-2012 08:27 AM in reply to: KristinLindberg

Depending on what discipline you work int, you may want to consider either Inventor LT Suite or Revit LT Suite. They both come with AutoCAD LT, and sometimes autodesk runs special pricing.


You might also be wise to pay a few hundred extra to get on subscription. With it, you get access to training aids, technical assistance from autodesk, cloud computing, and the next year's upgrade when it comes out. for a few hundred a year, you can keep up with the most current version, which gets really imortant for Inventor and Revit.

If by some odd chance my nattering was useful -- that's great, glad to help. But if it actually solved your issue, then please mark my solution as accepted :smileyhappy:
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