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Re: Re: CadKey -vs- AutoCad


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Posted By<" ">Shannon Minett on August 26, 2002 at 20:16:20:

In Reply to: Re: CadKey -vs- AutoCad posted bySerdar Yorulmaz on July 31, 2002 at 23:21:22:

The translation of data between CADKEY and AutoCAD has always been possible. CADKEY will export dxf & dwg formats. You may have to set which version of dwg AutoCAD you are exporting to. The dwg code continues to change often with new releases.

Procedure:
File> Export> Dxf> Name the new dxf> Then select all the necessary geometry to export.

It is a shame that AutoCAD have such brilliant marketing, the DWG/DXF (AutoCAD) code is clunky, but despite its downfalls it is the most widely used form of 2D geometry.




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