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#1 8 years ago

You can download all of Autodesk software for FREE from the Autodesk.com website... It will be the student version but with no water mark when rendering. It is the real deal. All you do is go to this site below and sign up and when it asks you "I am a" click "unemployed" and bam you are set. You have the account and you can have all Autodesk software...HAPPY MODELING...:):)

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#2 8 years ago
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#3 8 years ago

That's very generous of them. :) Thanks for the share.




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#4 8 years ago

Really? Cuz it says:

"is either a veteran or unemployed individual who has (a) previously worked in the architecture, engineering, design or manufacturing industries, has completed the online registration for the Autodesk Assistance Program, and upon request by Autodesk is able to provide proof of eligibility for that program."

Won't they want some form of confirmation?


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#5 8 years ago

Will it be worth the administrative effort to police everybody? I assume OP has successfully managed to gain access, unless he's here to shamelessly advertise it. =p


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#6 8 years ago

Yeah, but I think he does graphics for a living =p

But I'm also severely OCD so I'm paranoid about everything ;)


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#7 8 years ago

-shrug- If they're going to check, then it's likely to ask for a student ID number, or assistance program number I suppose, at signup.