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    Default ADT, is it on the way out?

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    Hello all, I visit the Autodesk boards everyday and it seems that from what I am seeing/reading that ADT is going to be on the way out and will be replaced by Revit (Autodesk bought Revit earlier this year). I have tried Revit and it was OK but I am so used to AutoCAD's interface and workings that I have doubts about using it as my primary tool. Anyone else?? ???

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    Default Re: ADT, is it on the way out?

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    Hey thanks for the news! You are right the battle between the 2 programs begins. Either way I am sure now that autodesk has bought them out they will change the interface to Revits to suite what autodesk product users are use too.

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