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by emilus / January 19, 2006 8:52 PM PST

hi,i m looking for a program with i can ddesign my oune house please help me

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by Papa Echo / January 19, 2006 9:03 PM PST
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...googling for house design CAD

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House design
by Cad_1.0 / January 19, 2006 10:22 PM PST
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I am a professional so I use Autocad ADT 2005, however I do use other programs to do the things that ADT won't do.

I also use the following, FloorPlan3D V10, Turbocad 10.1 (www.imsisoft.com), 3D Home Architect (www.broderbund.com),and there are some free programs available such as CAD STD. You can also look into CADPRO 4 (www.cadprosoftware.com) and Punch Software.
Both Punch and Broderbund are available off the shelf from Stapes.com,as well as in the store.
Also OfficeMax.com has quite a few cad programs listed on their website.
OfficeDepot.com has some programs, as well as at their stores.
The cost of these programs varies from $4700+yrly license for ADT 2005 to as little as $9.95 for 3D Architect (www.cosmi.com) at Stapes/OfficeDepot.

For a non-professional, any of the off-the-shelf programs should do well, but keep in mind you get what you pay for. Hope that helps.

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