You can request demo CD's at:
Most of these are interactive multimedia presentations. I think there is
still a 90 day working demo of AutoCAD 2000 that you can request through
one of their representatives.
BTW (by the way), it's considered "rude" to use all caps - it's
considered the same as shouting at the top of your voice.
> I JUST GOT MY COMPUTER AND I WAS WONDERING HOW I CAN GET A DEMO OR A
> FULL VERSION FOR FREE?
Hi there. I have a question that I am hoping that someone out there can
answer. I just installed Windows 2000 on my personal confuser and
reinstalled all my software, Autocad LT 98, LT 2000 Arcview etc. Now when I
cut and paste an image into AutoCAD the on-screen resolution is really bad.
What causes this? It happend both at home and at the office. Both systems
are now running windows 2000. Any Ideas? I recall this was the case on an
older system running windows 95 I believe. Also regen's and zoom in and out
take quite some time. The machine is a celeron 733 with 384MB PC 133, 10GB
HDD. I know it's not the hardware since it worked fine before the Windows
upgrade. Also I am running all the lateset drivers for windows 2000. Any
Thanks in advance for any hints, help or suggestions that you may give.
7. UMSS Example