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    Sorry folks this might be an old issue, but does anyone use drawing software to do finished scene drawings? And if so, which one do you prefer? Several years ago when I was in the business full time I used a program called something like (Drawinig 3D or something like that) The program was easy to use even for almost someone who didn't know computers well. I appreciate any help.


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    I've heard of people using Visio, but usually it's for pre-plans... dunno if it's being used on the investigation side of the world...
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    We use Cad Zone for pre-incident plans, street maps, and post fire drawings. Very easy to learn and great customer support.
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