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CAD Manager's Newsletter #137   22 Sep, 2005

Changing Face of Training: A business-focused program will please users and management - and it's not difficult to developMore>>

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CAD Manager's Q&A: Help, I'm Overwhelmed   21 Sep, 2005

I've got more to do than I can handle, and things are starting to get out of control. How can I get back in control of the CAD management situation without losing my job?More>>

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Changing Face of Training   21 Sep, 2005

A business-focused program will please users and management -- and it's not difficult to developMore>>

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CAD Schroer Releases MEDUSA4 for Linux   19 Sep, 2005

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On the Job: GIS Guides Rescuers to Adrift Rower   15 Sep, 2005

SARMAP software helps pinpoint adventurer Tiny Little's location in Atlantic OceanMore>>

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On the Job: Equipment Manufacturer Takes on Challenge of Massive Proportions   15 Sep, 2005

Germany's Greiner uses CoCreate software to quickly develop transport system for Airbus engine partsMore>>

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On the Job: A Warehouseful of Fixtures on One CD   15 Sep, 2005

New World Graphics uses IMSI DesignCAD to create library of 3D models for architectural drawingsMore>>

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NASA OUTREACH PROGRAM ASSISTS SMALL MANUFACTURERS -- FOR FREE   15 Sep, 2005

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Interoperability and the Lack Thereof   15 Sep, 2005

Kubotek survey confirms what we knew: Data exchange is anything but easyMore>>

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Bug Watch: Issues With Xrefs and More Menu Maladies   15 Sep, 2005

Following AutoCAD's xref suggestions could slow you down and might even mess up your drawingMore>>



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