It is a very powerful program and it can do a lot of things (usually
multiple ways to do the same thing). If you transition over from a drawing
board, like I did, it is a fairly easy switch. If you are transitioning over
from an AutoCad based program, you will have to unlearn a lot of things.
There is a learning curve, but that can be said with any change that you
make. I went to the weeklong beginner/intermediate course and if Cliff can
teach me to use the program, then anyone can learn it.


Mike Hill


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Anyone on the forum use AutoSPRINK? I thinking about switching over and
would like some user input. 


Thank you!!


Rocci Cetani III, CET


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