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hercules
Is there a site on which i can download AUTOCAD?? so that i can download it.. View All
I want to learn AUTOCAD even though im still first year student...

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Mark Montgomery
You might try these:
http://www.downloadsquad.com/2006/12/22/autodesk-gives-students-free-software/
http://students4.autodesk.com/?lbon=1


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Stan Kelly
You can purchase a student version at http://www.studica.com

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hercules
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its hard to register at that site V
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can you help me??


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Mark Montgomery
Which part are you having troubles with?
Here's the link:
http://students4.autodesk.com/?nd=register&und=624

And here are the questions you have to answer:
*School Email:
*Confirm Email:
*First Name:
*Last name:
*Timezone:
*School Name:
*Discipline/Interest:
*Education Level:
*Graduation Year:
*Username:
*Password:
*Confirm Password:
*Date of Birth:
*How did you hear about us? .


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hercules
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my problem is that..my school doesn't have email address...

what should i do now??

thanks a lot for helping sir....


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