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ejrolon wrote:There you go, Eduardo has said my suggestion will not actually work.
You cannot copy/paste between them. The only way to avoid this is by recreating in Commercial whatever was done in EDU.
Mark wrote:No, there is nothing crazy about it really.
I did some projects at uni that I will use for commercial purposes, now I have to print and save as PDFs and then import. It seems a bit crazy.
rafehessekiel wrote:Simply it is explained that you cannot convert / migrate EDU project to commercial version, but for further use, the best way to deal with such license upgrade is to use your best EDU project as reference and buildup a template in commercial version based on your last project... it will also ease your remodeling process...
I just upgraded from an educational license to commercial license, but every time I open a file in ARCHICAD I continue to see an Educational version watermark. This leads me to believe that I am not able to use the full capabilities of the commercial license. How can I fix this?