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CAD tip CAD tip # 9133:

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Drawing not created by a product from Autodesk Education Suite.

A - answer When you open a DWG file or just start your AutoCAD, you get a warning message (dialog):

The drawing file being opened was not created by a product from an Autodesk Education Suite.

If you save this drawing, it will always be plotted with the following plot stamp: PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT. It is recommended the you save this drawing with a different name.

AutoCAD always warns you if you are opening a DWG file created/saved by an EDU version into a commercial version, or - as in this case - vice-versa: you are opening a standard DWG file in an educational version of AutoCAD (and there is a risk you may "pollute" it with the EDU stamp).

If you see this message right after start, without opening any particular DWG file, you have probably selected a wrong (non-EDU, commercial) template file (DWT) for your EDU version of AutoCAD. Just choose a different .DWT file (see Options > Files) or re-save your existing DWT drawing template file (e.g. ACADISO.DWT) - it will receive the neccessary "EDU stamp". You can save the updated template to the original folder with A > Save as > Drawing template.

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9.3.2013    17325×  

See also:
Tip 12749:Generate parametric mathematical 3D surfaces (meshes) in Fusion 360.
Tip 11727:Animated drawing of a curve shape in AutoCAD.
Tip 11094:My school was not found when registering a student account.
Tip 9757:How to remove the EDU stamp "Created in an educational version" from a DWG drawing file?

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