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    I was told that Autocad 3D was revised in 2007, how do i get that version?

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    You can't legally purchase older versions of Autocad. In fact, you can no longer purchase Autocad at all. The only thing you can do is get on subscription and pay monthly or yearly to access the latest version of the program: http://www.autodesk.com/products/autocad/subscribe
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    I thought so, that i can't legally purchase, and i suppose you, in this forum, won't instruct me on other ways

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    Sorry, but no. If that's what you're after then you will have to find help with that someplace else.

    There are other programs though, besides Autocad. Take a look at some of the low cost CAD programs listed here: http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...t-CAD-programs.
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    As an interim measure, I believe you can still download a free 30 day trial, of Autocad 2017 from Autodesk.
    Which presumably would feel like a quantum leap from 2006, and an appreciable upgrade from 2013.

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