FAQ & How To: Using Autodesk Discussion Groups

FAQ & How To: Using Autodesk Discussion Groups

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Ground Rules - Please review before participating

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06-04-2010 09:37 AM

Autodesk Forums are an environment where Autodesk customers and industry partners can ask questions and share information about Autodesk products. Forum topics will be publicly available worldwide. Autodesk welcomes and encourages you to participate by posting questions or providing input or answers to questions from other users.

 

Ground Rules
To maintain a constructive, informative, and helpful environment for discussion, Autodesk reviews messages and may edit or remove those that don't adhere to the following ground rules:

  1. Do not post messages that are inflammatory, nonconstructive, or at odds with the aims of the Autodesk Forums.
  2. Do not post messages that contain offensive language or references or personal attacks against other forum participants.
  3. Do not post messages that advocate software piracy. Any that do so will be removed and forwarded to the Autodesk antipiracy department.
  4. Do not post duplicate or test messages.
  5. Do not post the same message in multiple forums.
  6. Do not post nonconstructive messages about Autodesk or other software products and services.
  7. Do not post unsolicited messages (including "spams").
  8. Post relevant advertisements and other types of promotional messages only to the Classifieds forum. 

Note: To protect intellectual property and deter software piracy, all Autodesk Forums exclude used software sales advertisements.

Failure to adhere to these terms may terminate your ability to post topics, or reply to messages in the forums.

 

Attachments

All Autodesk Forums allow attachments. Some file types are restricted. You are allowed three attachmenst per post. We encourage you to make your attachments as small as possible, and enforce a 1.5 MB limit. Although Autodesk monitors forum messages, we do not scan file attachments for viruses or otherwise check or test the quality of these files. You download these files at your own risk. Autodesk does not and cannot warrant the performance or results you may obtain by saving and opening these files and is not responsible for viruses or other risks involved with your use of the file attachments.

 

Additional Information:
Without using customer names or identifying information, Autodesk reserves the right to republish content from the Autodesk Forums.



Eric Wright
Sr. Web Product Manager
Autodesk Knowledge Network
Autodesk, Inc.

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