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Exclusive Tips & Tricks Day coming Dec. 2 , 2009

Exclusive Tips & Tricks Day coming Dec. 2 , 2009

16 November, 2009

Attend SolidWorks Tips and Tricks Day on Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 12:00pm SGT. Join us during this virtual one day event and learn how to save time, solve problems, and boost your productivity with our exclusive SolidWorks Tips & Tricks videos. Participate in our live chat sessions, starting at 1:00pm! Our SolidWorks Experts will be there to answer all your questions, live from the Virtual Conference Auditorium. Check out the event agenda.
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    Looking forward for the event on December 2nd.


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