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    How to convert pdf to dwg files?

    Hello,
    I have some pdf files that need to convert to editable dwg files. Anyone could give me some advices.
    Thanks.

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    Hi Donald,

    Later versions of CorelDraw will convert PDF to DXF which is AutoDesk's file-exchange version of DWG drawings.

    Dave
    Generally, I will not give you the answer to your question, but I **will** guide you into discovering how to solve this yourself.

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    I have worked with PDF to DWG converter and this program works well. find it in google.

    regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominguez Mexico View Post
    I have worked with PDF to DWG converter and this program works well. find it in google.

    regards,
    is that software for free download?

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    My advise would probably be very amateur but then the easiest way i could think of.

    Google yourself a converter, its that easy! i google my file converters all the time and they work perfectly. Its actually convenient cause you wont have to install a software and all, you can convert it straight up so its really simple.
    I suggest though that if you are to convert numerous files then you really have to download and install a software

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    convert pdf to dxf? it's surprising to me.

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    Why? They are both Vector based.

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    Donald I can help you with that.

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