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pro engineers for bigginners

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kaff

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Hi there,
im student at University of Porstmouth and im struggling with Pro Engineers can anyone give me a basic tips or a favorite text book to get, so that i can improve ma skills
thanx
kaff
 

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snumesh

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» Hi there,
» im student at University of Porstmouth and im struggling with Pro
» Engineers can anyone give me a basic tips or a favorite text book to get,
» so that i can improve ma skills
» thanx
» kaff

Dear Friend Kaff This is Umesh from Bangalore as i know there are Many good books are available for learning PROE.So you please visit your nearest Technical book stall and search for PROE.And also CD's are available for learning.I forgotten the exact name of the Authors.
 

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