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I am a AutoCAD expert I want to learn 3d max

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    cool

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    \(\bf\Huge Welcome~to~\color{#00B4ff}{Open}\color{#7cc517}{Study}~!!!\) If you ever need help with a question, just post it in the correct section and i'm sure you'll get help very soon. Also have a look at the problems other people have, maybe you can help them out. Your help is much appreciated! Best of Luck for your journey on OpenStudy.

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    If you are a student currently you can use the students.autodesk.com website to download their software for free, there are some tutorials in the actual software, and then they offer a great wiki help page which I personally think is more useful if you are trying to pinpoint something specific, there are many online training also which are pretty good such as global e training.

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    Try maya 3d programing software

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