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How can I identify the installed Subscription Advantage Pack?

A - answer If you install the extension "Subscription Advantage Pack" (SAP) to your CAD application of the Autodesk 2010 family, you may want to verify that the SAP is installed properly. This identification is different in different types of products.

In AutoCAD 2010 you can find the installed SAP easily through the additional ribbon "Subscription":

Subscription ribbon in AutoCAD 2010 (Czech)

In AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010, the installed subscription pack appears in the dialog of the command ABOUT - after the version number there is "Subscription Advantage Pack":

Subscription Advantage Pack in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 (Czech)

In Inventor 2010, you can identify the installed Subscription Advantage Pack by the text "2010 SR RTM" in the dialog "About Inventor":

Subscription Advantage Pack in Inventor 2010 (Czech)

Revit Architecture 2010 with an installed Subscription Advantage Pack can be identified by the additional ribbon "Construction", or by the keyboard shortcut editor in Options > General, or by the build number (About Revit) "20091113_1240".

Subscription Advantage Pack in Revit 2010 (Czech)

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See also:
Tip 7599:List of new AutoCAD commands from Subscription Advantage Packs.
Tip 7589:Import and export IGES files in AutoCAD (DWG).
Tip 7010:AutoCAD reports SELECTSIMILAR as an unknown command.
Tip 6476:How to downgrade AutoCAD, Inventor or Revit?
Tip 5536:Compatibility of Autodesk CAD applications with 64-bit Windows versions.

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