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Limitations of 30 Day Eval?

I am about to introduce my company to Solidworks. What are the
limitations of the 30 day evaluation copy? I had planned on getting the
eval from my VAR, then doing a very small prototype project in it to
show them how cool Solidworks is.

Can I then re-use this work in the real version when I convince them
(hopefully) to buy it? Are there any limitations on the eval copy I
should be aware of? Can I open old models I created a couple of years
ago in the eval version to show them some *real* models?

Thanks,
Markus.
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Markus Wankus wrote:
I am about to introduce my company to Solidworks. What are the
limitations of the 30 day evaluation copy? I had planned on getting the
eval from my VAR, then doing a very small prototype project in it to
show them how cool Solidworks is.

Can I then re-use this work in the real version when I convince them
(hopefully) to buy it? Are there any limitations on the eval copy I
should be aware of? Can I open old models I created a couple of years
ago in the eval version to show them some *real* models?

Thanks,
Markus.


Dumbass...sorry - wrong newsgroup. Damn this new newsreader!

Markus.
Jul 18 '05 #2
Markus Wankus <ma**************************@hotmail.com> pisze:
Dumbass...sorry - wrong newsgroup. Damn this new newsreader!


Use slrn. With ^C you could cancel this message.

--
Jarek Zgoda
http://jpa.berlios.de/
Jul 18 '05 #3
Jarek Zgoda wrote:
Markus Wankus <ma**************************@hotmail.com> pisze:

Dumbass...sorry - wrong newsgroup. Damn this new newsreader!

Use slrn. With ^C you could cancel this message.


I just started using Thunderbird...and it has a cancel feature too.
Whaddya know? ;o)

Markus.
Jul 18 '05 #4
Jarek Zgoda <jz****@gazeta.usun.pl> writes:
Markus Wankus <ma**************************@hotmail.com> pisze:
Dumbass...sorry - wrong newsgroup. Damn this new newsreader!


Use slrn. With ^C you could cancel this message.


Well, you could /try/... cancel propagation not being one of the more
reliable things in the univers.

Cheers,
mhw

--
SCSI is not magic. There are fundamental technical reasons why it
is necessary to sacrifice a young goat to your SCSI chain now and
then. -- John Woods
Jul 18 '05 #5

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