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If you have an experience of working with other DWG-based CAD software, particularly AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT, you'll be at home using nanoCAD. It's screen layout and command structure will be familiar, and easy to use. Even if it's been years since you've spent much time on CAD, you'll be able to get up to speed, and be productive, quickly and easily.
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