HT3986 I wanna install window 7 in MacBook pro...!! In that, such software like CADD,Pro-E etc will b support to this MacBook pro...???

I wanna install window 7 in MacBook pro. In that, such software like CADD,Pro-E etc will b support to MacBook pro..??

http://www.apple.com/support/bootcamp/
It is not clear what you are asking. You can install Windows 7 on Macbook Pro using Boot Camp Assistant. Follow the linked to instructions. All Windows programs will work just as they would on  a Windows PC with similar specs as your Macbook Pro.

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