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You cannot rotate it 90 deg. in the wizard. A simple UCS would do the trick though. It's been a long time since 4.2 though.
I was thinking of getting cabinet vision , how is the learning curve ? First starting is it complicated ?
Cabinet Vision is a great program. If you have no experience with any similar program, then the learning curve will be tough. Even with experience using similar programs, the learning curve is a little steep.
I have used it for 4 years, and had experience with others before switching. It took a while to get the hang of it. Mostly because it can accomplish most anything you need it to do. You just need to learn how to do it.
Joe is right. I've experience with other programs also. This one is very hard to self learn. There are a few youtube videos for it. You should look at those.
I'm Now using V9. It has greatly improved over the years. Started in V7.
I do all custom cabinets so I needed to learn to use CV so I could Do anything I needed done. It takes time, but CV will accomplish most anything a custom cabinet needs.
Not to deviate this thread too much, but how are you liking CV9 Joe? I'm still on 8 with my 9 disk sitting on my desk but I've been too busy (and scared) to try it. Seems like there's still quite a few things to work out in 9 and I ain't go time for bugs right now.
I do like V9 a lot. It fixed some of the issues I had. I really like the new features. The integrated report Center, Material handling is much much better.
But I started fresh. I did not import anything from version 8. I did move a few things with a package import, but started over on my materials. It seems the import of the materials has been an issue for some.
I used the Access install instead of the SQL since I use a stand alone setup.
I have virtually no issues with V9. But as you know, others have. I'm sure they are working on a build update to correct a few issues, but as i'm sure your aware, who knows when that will come.
I did test it for a long time. I started with the Release Candidate. I would strongly suggest testing first.