Association of Educational Publishers Distinguished Achievement
Award goes to CADPRO Home Remodel & Design software
Owasso OK: June 13th 2005: CADPRO 4 design software was awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award for excellence at the Association of Educational Publishers annual awards banquet held on June 9th in Washington, D.C.
CADPRO 4 software contains over 8,000 features to design projects ranging from a new house or renovation to electrical or mechanical schematics. Professional blueprints, home projects and house plans and a separate audio/video training CD are included. With an exclusive focus on 2D drafting blueprints, CADPRO designs are suitable for contractor quotes and submission for building permit approvals. PC: SRP$69.95 http://www.cadprosoftware.com
For 38 years, the Association of Education Publishers has honored high quality learning resources that exhibit superior educational content and value with its Distinguished Achievement Award. Only one third of the products entered are selected as finalists. CADPRO 4 software was chosen from a rigorous two-tier judging process for original/creative use of technology, educational value, ease of use, and quality of content.
Unique CADPRO Features:
Interactive Communication: Photo, Voice and Text Pop Ups. Click on camera icons to pop open your digital photos – with no limit to how many you use. Easily insert color photos for cabinets, kitchen appliances or fireplace details. Speaker icons play recorded voice and .WAV files .
FREE CADPRO viewer: View-A-Lot, is available for download off the cadprosoftware website or from: www.viewalot.com. From contractors to cousins – everyone can view CADPRO designs.
The Association of Educational Publishers is a national, nonprofit organization, represents, supports and promotes the publishers of supplemental educational resources, key tools for reading and learning at school and at home. Its membership includes the giants of the supplemental education industry, and spans the gamut from magazines to television channels, books to interactive computer software and CDs. Please visit http://www.edpress.org