Free Viewer for VectorWorks 2008 Now Available
Columbia, Maryland (February 20, 2008)-Nemetschek North America has released a free, downloadable VectorWorks Viewer application that has been updated for VectorWorks 2008 and includes all quality improvements which were recently released in Service Pack 2. The Viewer enables those who do not own the program to view and print projects created in VectorWorks 2008 software products, which include VectorWorks Designer, VectorWorks Architect, VectorWorks Landmark, VectorWorks Spotlight, VectorWorks Fundamentals, and VectorWorks Machine Design.
"The Viewer for VectorWorks 2008 enables collaboration between designers and clients during the creative process, as well as the ability to print projects created using VectorWorks," said Paul Pharr, chief technology officer with Nemetschek North America. "We're pleased to be able to offer our users technology that allows them to perform their jobs more efficiently."
The Viewer lets an individual open a VectorWorks file and make use of the viewing tools and commands, such as the Pan and Zoom tools. As the Viewer can be used by anyone who does not own VectorWorks, this not only benefits clients, but it also allows service bureaus to print VectorWorks files for their customers. To download the VectorWorks Viewer, visit http://www.nemetschek.net/downloads/
Nemetschek North America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nemetschek AG. A global leader in design technologies, Nemetschek North America has been developing CAD software for the AEC, entertainment, landscape design, and manufacturing fields since 1985. VectorWorks, its flagship product, is one of the world's best-selling cross-platform CAD applications. An all-in-one solution that's easier to learn and use and more cost-effective than most other CAD programs, VectorWorks is ideal for firms that don't have unlimited IT budgets. For more information, visit http://www.nemetschek.net
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