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    Hi I am going free lance, and creating my own architecture houses with sketchup and revit.

    what do you think

    #2
    good luck.
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      #3
      Good luck too. Just remember the intial startup costs can be quite high, with obvious ones being professional licences for sketchup and revit, cant use the student ones anymore.
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        #4
        i have sketchup and revit and you can use revit student

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          #5
          Originally posted by sully View Post
          i have sketchup and revit and you can use revit student
          No, you most certainly CANNOT use the student version. Nor can you use the free version of SketchUp. And if you do, you are just screwing the hard working professionals here who answer your questions for free, while also trying to run a successful business including paying the costs of doing business.
          EDIT: Also, pretty sure the student version still has the watermark on print. So you would ALSO be screwing you customer, be they a homeowner or another professional you are doing contract work for. So pretty much stupid to go down that road.
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            #6
            Originally posted by sully View Post
            i have sketchup and revit and you can use revit student
            You can absolutely use the student version for business! I think the only requirement is that you send a letter to autodesk, with your name, address, phone number, and business name, letting them know that you plan to use the student version.

            I'm sure they will help you right out.
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              #7
              I use the student version no problems at all with revit and sketchup

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                #8
                Originally posted by sully View Post
                I use the student version no problems at all with revit and sketchup
                if you are using it for business purposes then you are breaking the law, not to mention being morally incompetent!
                I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by sully View Post
                  Hi I am going free lance, and creating my own architecture houses with sketchup and revit.

                  what do you think
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                    #10
                    how am i the student version

                    also so many people break the law boo hoo cry me a river people download illegal movies etc

                    what can any one do about it nothing realy

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