Am a newbie to this kind technology and looking for the easier and time management way of reading blueprints . Am the old school of looking at hard copy of blue prints. Need some direction with outodesk. I am on pacifictime.
Consider looking up in your yellow pages for an Autodesk reseller servicing your area/region and contacting them: you will find ythat paying for their time will get you the most attention.
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