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Author: afairchild
Time: 12/04/02 10:15 PST
This is a reply to message no. 10096 by drdusa
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AutoCAD vs. ProEng.
ProE software is not hard to learn. It is just hard to make your model smart.  When I first start using ProE, I had to make modification to a model created by some contractors.  This was the best experiance you can get, and after a month of working on them, I learn what not to do.  If you ever use Proe again, look at the parent/child relationships and the references of the feature you are modifying first.  You know what is causing problem before it crashes.
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