Although there isn't a way for 2004 to directly saveas to R14, (AutoDesk
removed this feature in 2004), you might consider saving as R12 DXF, and
then importing that older file format into R14 (I suppose your customer
The only way to do this directly is to use AutoCAD 2002 or 2000 (the
SaveAs r14 feature is still enabled in these features)
If you want to do this in a "batch" mode, (or any other batch
functions), you could take a look at a tool called Hurricane
(http://www.74mph.com ). With it, you can setup scripts to saveas to
whatever your current version of AutoCAD can handle.
Hope this helps you out,
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