At university we have the 2015/1 edition but at home I only have the 2014/15 version. I'd like to do somebody university work at home and then take it to university and finish it there. Will the new version open the older version correctly?
New versions will open old versions, but you will not be able to re-open and continue working on the files at home, after they have been opened and edited on the uni's 2015 version.
SolidWorks should make it so that you can save as an older version. I have several customers that have an older version and I have to save as a step file to send to the customer.
This seems to be SolidWorks idea of making money along with selling there upgrades.
Sorry, Franklin, but you're wrong about it being a money making idea. I don't know of any 3D CAD software that can save to older versions outside of converting them to dumb solids.
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