Well, by now you should know that Civil 3D 2011 is due to be released in the next few weeks. This can be a trying time for some people. Some folks embrace change, some fight it. I just recently read an article on dealing with change in your work environment. It deals more about those BIG changes like relocating, getting passed up on a promotion, restructuring of your organization but, I think what the author says can also pertain to those smaller changes like getting a new version of software installed on your system.

If you are interested, you can read the article HERE. It’s not very long. It took me longer to write this post then it did to read it but there is some great info there.

Are you on subscription?  Are you eagerly awaiting the next version of your Autodesk program?  Well, now you have a couple options on how you want your new software to be delivered to you.  Keep reading to find out more: (more…)

So, there are some changes coming to the Civil 3D world.  In the next release, there will only be one program and no longer two.  Returning with the 2011 release, you will no longer be able to purchase AutoCAD Civil any longer.  Want to learn what this means to you?  Well, read on… (more…)

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