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    What is the definition of "Vertical Products"?

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    something that isn't pure AutoCAD.

    I use AutoCAD Electrical which comprises "vanilla" AutoCAD PLUS a module intended to help in the production of panel drawings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroada View Post
    something that isn't pure AutoCAD.

    I use AutoCAD Electrical which comprises "vanilla" AutoCAD PLUS a module intended to help in the production of panel drawings.
    Now I understand, "Revit" and "Inventor" who have also.
    Thanks for the information!

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    Revit and Inventor are not vertical products. They are their own unique CAD software package.

    "Vertical Products" are as follows:
    • AutoCAD Architecture
    • AutoCAD MEP
    • AutoCAD Mechanical
    • AutoCAD Civil 3D
    etc.... Just remember that AutoCAD is the core of the app. Think of a vertical product as a 3rd party add on to AutoCAD, except the 3rd party is still Autodesk.
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