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Revit, Inventor & Civil for the Unemployed

From: Jason G.
Sent on: Monday, April 6, 2009 9:23 AM
I got an interesting RSS feed from BeyondThePaper today.

Autodesk is taking an interest in today's economic crisis where they will actually help those of you who are unemployed. Follow this link for more information AutodeskAssistanceProgram and this one for a detailed .pdf explination AutodeskAssistanceFAQ

In one of my previous blog posts, I had thought it would be beneficial for the unemployed to be able to get a student version at a student cost for a 13 month license. Autodesk seems to have taken it one step forward and is offering the software free. This is a great move by Autodesk to show that they understand where the economy is and that they care about the users of their programs.

Check out the links above for more information.

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