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COGO Software

COGO Software

COGO Software

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I'm looking for a nice simple cogo package for my PC.  It needs to be able to work under Windows 95 and 98.  I'm not looking for something very complicated and it must be user friendly.  I don't want a program that is going to take me a few hundred hours to learn.  I don't have the time.

Any suggestions?  

RE: COGO Software


Shorty:

Don't know how simple you want it, but we are using PC Survey and have been
very pleased with the learning curve and the results obtained. You can preview
and/or download trial package at www.pcsurvey.com. By the way, you can
purchase just COGO or other parts of the package.

Saltfisher

RE: COGO Software

I have been using Boston Harbor Civil\Survey. It is very easy to use and not as expensive as most of the Civil\Survey programs on the market... go to www.bhsinc.com

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