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  1. #11
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    You can buy Chief Architect for about half of what AutoCAD would cost you. I think full AutoCAD is somewhere close to $4,200 U.S.

    Where are you located?
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    In Boston Ma.

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    OK...so the price I quoted was good. If you were in the U.K. it would be quite a bit more and in Australia it would be obscenely expensive.
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    yes thank you, glad I'm not in Australia!

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    The professionals of the design industry are moving to Revit instead of AutoCAD. Learning this platform would help you gain the skills needed to firmly gasp a position in any firm. This would be my advice to you.

    -TZ

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    thank you for the advice! I have also heard of learning Rivit
    have a great thanksgiving!

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    It might not hurt to ask a handful of established interior designers what software they use/recommend too.
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    Yes that's a great idea
    Thanks!

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    hI kyle Reese,
    I read all your points that you were posted here. It will give more information and the differences were clearly explained by your posts. The difference between the Chief architect and the <a href="http://www.usam.in/autocad-software.html">AutoCAD</a> was clearly explained by you.

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