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    Hello peeps,
    Is there any difference between Autocad 2005 and Autocad Autodesk 2005?
    Please let me know...

    cheers mate :-)

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    The person i live with is an Architect - AutoCad is his world.
    But he's not in...
    all i know he uses the standard 2005, microstation and Formz

    Thank me later for this useless answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedaxax
    The person i live with is an Architect - AutoCad is his world.
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    i think autodesk is more aimed towards other things, just go for autocad.

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    I would just go with autocad, the autodesk just has more features and most people do not use them.

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    so you guys r sayin that there is a difference...I thought both Autocad and Autodesk Autocad are same thing...just 2 different names!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameer0807
    so you guys r sayin that there is a difference...I thought both Autocad and Autodesk Autocad are same thing...just 2 different names!!!
    I have both versions and when I install one or the other, it looks the same but I been told the autodesk one has more options. Never really went looking though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefox
    I have both versions and when I install one or the other, it looks the same but I been told the autodesk one has more options. Never really went looking though.
    thnx man!! Now it makes sense.

    Cheers :-)

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    I thought Autodesk was the company that makes Autocad. On their website they have nothing about "Autodesk 2005" software. Autocad 2005 is just 2-D drafting software. They have different versions of AutoCad for electrical and mechanical designs. If you want to do something like 3-D solid modeling then Autodesk Inventor or Solidworks is something to look into. I'm pretty sure that the two version that you have are the same just labeled different. After you install the software just go to the help, about to find out.

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    Just few more questions:
    Is Autocad 2005 software for beginners? Has anyone tried it before how did you like? Is this program really good?
    Please respond to this post, because I really need to know your feedbacks abt this program…

    Thanks for ur time,
    Cheers

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