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    Default Navis Works - Please HELP

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    I have been trying in vain to download NavisWorks, to view our Autoplant models. Is it possible to get a working copy of Navisworks from you? I also downloaded DesignReview, and Bentley viewer, but it does not open .nwd files. Is NavisWorks the only free viewer for .nwd

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    Well I was going to post a link to the newest version but the forum software won't allow me because it's my first post. Google this autodesk navisworks freedom download, it's the third link down. You can visit the AUGI forums for more help as well.

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