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  1. #1
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    Can anyone help me? I need a computer program that writes wiring diagrams.

    Thanks.
    Art Arthur

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    The Constructor program is pretty cool. It has the ability to design, print and test an electrical circuit. And you can download it for free to try it out. I think its good for 30 days.

    http://www.cmhsoftware.com/products.htm
    Even a fish wouldn't get into trouble if he kept his mouth shut.

  5. #5
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    Microsoft Visio is a user-friendly one.

    I use QuickCAD 8.0 from autdesk alot.

    DeltaCAD was one that I heard mentioned on an electrical forum as being good, also.

  6. #6
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    i currently use microsoft visio 2002 professional.

    love it and would'nt trade it for anything else right now. if you can run windows based programs you can run this without even reading any instructions. but it will cost you.

  7. #7
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    Originally posted by Bassman
    The Constructor program is pretty cool. It has the ability to design, print and test an electrical circuit. And you can download it for free to try it out. I think its good for 30 days.

    http://www.cmhsoftware.com/products.htm
    I also use an older version of Constructor, it's a great inexpensive program.

    DHC

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