convert 2000>14

Hello all

Is there a easy way to convert about 30 autocad-2000 files into autocad-14. I only have autocad 14 - and I have got some autocad 2000 drawings I can't open in autocad 14.

Any help ??

Poul

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PoVa
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You may need to get the sender to save them in AutoCAD 14 format for you........otherwise upgrade it the thing.

You may need to get the sender to save them in AutoCAD 14 format for you........otherwise upgrade it the thing.

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Macleod

Try IntelliCAD - a google search will show you where you find a free download.

Juergen

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Jürgen Palme

Go to > thedraftingshop.com

You will get a converter here

autocad-14.

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Alistair Craig

Hi here you can get a free, easy and fast program from autodesk that does the deal:

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Hope it helps Emo

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Emiliano Della Bella

Thank you for all the ansvers - I have got a fine little program and it was just what I needed - I am happy now and I can work with my files.

Poul

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autocad-14.

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PoVa

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B. W. Salt.

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This program doesn't work for those with only R14. It's for users with

2004 who need to convert to R14.

James

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JR

My guess is *not* the Autodesk one, since that requires the user to have some flavor of 2004 installed. ___

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Paul Turvill

probably free "DWG Convert" from

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which has the advantage of an graphical user interface compared with the command line tool from
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resp.
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in the meanwhile.

N.

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Norbert Grund

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Hi James I didnt know ! Thanks Emo

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Emiliano Della Bella

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