An AutoCAD free download?
Are you surprised?
Yes, there is actually a legitimate way to receive AutoCAD at no charge. Simply visit the Autodesk site, fill in and submit the information on the form (you will find the link to the form near the bottom of this page).
You will then be redirected to where you can download the latest version of AutoCAD for free!
Make yourself your favorite beverage (or 2) and put your feet up, because you will soon be using the number one CAD software program.
You can play with it, learn it, create 2D and 3D CAD drawings, print drawings and do everything the full blown version will do.
It couldn't be easier, right?
So what's the catch; I hear you saying. Well... you only have 30 days to use it before it expires.
Basically, Autodesk will allow you to download their world renowned CAD software program and give you 30 days to try it out.
After that, you must buy AutoCAD to continue using it.
This is still a great opportunity for those of you who are thinking of a career that utilizes the AutoCAD program; such as a designer or draftsperson.
It’s a great way to get your feet wet with the software without making a big financial commitment.
If after reviewing Autodesk's free program and you would like to check out other computer-aided drafting program, be sure to visit our free CAD software page.
You'll be able to check out various other drafting and design programs that are hot on the market.
At the bottom of that page, you will also be able to review software and check out other CAD software reviews that our site visitors have submitted.
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