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    Release 9 was probably the best of the DOS versions.
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    I have both '05 and '07. Use 2005 mostly anymore, it's loaded on my laptop.
    Lately, past year or two, I find myself working from my laptop, anywhere I
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Release 9 was probably the best of the DOS versions.


    I used Release 9 back when. I think it had zero ability to recognise XREFs and Paper space through. Was told when upgrading from verion 8 it had, but wasn't there after it got loaded on.

    Wm.

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    Iv'e been using MEP 2010 recently for about 2 months now I like it, It all just depends on what extra tools and applications you need to use often to do the job that your'e working on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritch7 View Post
    Iv'e been using MEP 2010 recently for about 2 months now I like it, It all just depends on what extra tools and applications you need to use often to do the job that your'e working on.

    in an attempt not to hijack this thread I've created a new one in MEP. Would you mind responing to it (diff. between 2009 & 2010)

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    Between v10 and v2002 and DWGgateway.

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    Reading all these post, I find it amazing how many different favorite versions of AutoCAD there are!
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    2008 is my favorite. Classic UI but with the Dashboard.
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    Vanilla 2008 I feel was the best for 3d.
    Autodesk started to go a bit nuts with the ribbon in 09. Trying to figure out what everyone uses typically. THEN WHAT DO THEY DO!!!! Change it all over again in 2010.

    Make up your feckin minds!!
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    2004 was my favourite for ages and ages, 'cause you knew where you stood with it.

    But I've got to say, 2010 is growing on me
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