Just make a dxf in Autocad and import it into Coreldraw. You have to
have the vector filters installed in Corel though. Maybe you didn't
install them. You would have to go back to your install disk to do that.
Am Tue, 9 Oct 2007 13:04:51 +0200 schrieb Harald Jahn, www.tramway.at:
for my diploma thesis in architecture I did the drawings in autocad and the
layout in Corel. I just imported the dwg 2000 into corel and gave it the
I remember 2 limitations on this: text was impossible to handle after the
import and slowed down the system (I then decided to do the text also in
COREL, since there was not very much of it). The second thing were the
solid hatches who have been split into thousands of objects, so I also did
the hatches in Corel, since closed polylines have been imported properly as
So CS11 and Autocad2000 worked good for me.
Well, if you are going to use CorelDRAW for CAD designs, there are
some cad applications for corel draw, one of them you can find here:
www.cadintools.com , you can also find good tips for making CAD designs
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