More ways to get AutoCAD 2011 for Free

Of course if you are stating your own company, they are not going to give you software for free, but if you are a student, unemployed, or just want to give it a test drive, there are ways to get AutoCAD 2011 and other Autodesk software for free.

Here is my "What's new in AutoCAD 2011", from March 29.

OK....What if you really don't need a full 3D CAD program like AutoCAD? Take a look at a program called Freestyle. It's sort of a "lite" version of AutoCAD LT designed for people who are not daily CAD users, and it even produces DWG files. Free trials are available, and the application itself is currently only $49 $149.


I was looking at your blog and went to AutoCAD's Freestyle page. Just to let you know so you can correct the pricing on your blog article. The price, as of the date of my comment, is $149 and not $49 as stated in your article. Thanks


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