If I never purchased another copy of AutoCAD, 2004 would do me.
With that said, 2005 with SHEET SETS.
I think it is worth the dimensioning in PaperSpace. That my thing.
W. Kirk Crawford
Rochester Hills, Michigan
I don't think you can upgrade 2000 anymore. (Unless they are still
running the special amnesty upgrade offer, but then I think you have
to upgrade to 2005 and get the subscription plan).
So if you are buying new, definately get the latest 2005. The cost
shouldn't be any different than 2004.
AutoCAD 2004/ 2005 are both better than 2000... not much has changed
in the way of how they work but they have become much more efficient
and faster (in regards to large files/drawings). They are also much
more stable and capable of handeling larger file sizes. If your happy
with 2000 then save your money.
Ok Dave, that is what I wanted to know, because my files are not that
large....... just small stuff - and I wanted to know what exactly in terms
of drawing ability I would be missing out on, from what you said it doesn't
seem like I'm missing too much........
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