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I'm one.  But it wasn't either that easy or that reasonable.

I bit the bullet and enrolled in an AUTOCAD class in the local Junior
College.  At the same time I purchased Acad, and started my first project
on it (I took a bath on the project, but had to start somewhere).

If you're small like I am, I'd recommend Intellicad.  It's Acad compatible
thru R14, and an Acad class will have direct application to Icad.  And Icad
can be had "for cheap".  Last month CDW had Icad98 upgrade for Acad users
for $135.  It's the same disk and material as Icad98.  And it blows ACAD LT

I recently got the following.  You may want to go the independent study

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> From: NRoselund(--nospam--at)
> To: seaint(--nospam--at)
> Subject: Re: TurboCad
> Date: Saturday, June 19, 1999 1:22 PM

> Are there one-person or small offices out there who have made a recent
> (or at least not-too-horrible) transition from hand-drawings?  Any tips?
> Nels Roselund
> Structural Engineer