Tuesday, December 13, 2005

AutoCAD 2006 versus AutoDESK 2006

OK, so can someone explain to me how these two programs are suppose to work? Is AutoDesk suppose to be used for rendering and 3D models only?
I am having problems.
Is there a way to merge the two programs together so that i can open AutoCAD and get all of the design tools (like doors, walls, etc) without having to save it and reopen it in AutoDesk.
Is anyone following this?
As far as I can tell...Autodesk 2002 had all of these features in one spot...minus the rendering tools.
We just installed both of these at work and I am not getting it.
Big surprise.
Without petie/pedro around to help me I am technologically lost.

4 Comments:

Blogger Grigs said...

check your email ... i worked for a firm that used Autodesk to it's fullest advantage, but i don't have an answer as to why your office is using both.

6:31 AM  
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6:31 AM  
Blogger meeks said...

autodDESK requires the user to have a strong grasp on the concepts of "origin point" and "scale" in handling site drawings, autocCAD is made by republicans and is the spawn of satan. either way you are sol.

10:51 AM  
Blogger JohnMorefield said...

Meeks is spewing anti cad slander from a NYC microstation pedastal...

3:26 PM  

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