Convert AutoCAD Drawings into .TIFF File

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Joy Image Printer is a high-performance virtual printer which enables
you to convert any printable document into standard BMP, GIF, JPEG,
PNG and TIFF image, and keep the exact look and feel of the original
document. Since the converted image has the complete information from
the original file without altering characters or fonts, you don't
need
to install the original software to view the document.
Key Features:
(1) Installs as a standard Windows printer, works for all Windows
applications directly
(2) Converts any printable documents like doc, xls, ppt, rtf, html
and
CAD into images
(3) Supports BMP, GIF, PNG, JPEG and TIFF formats
(4)Creates Thumbnails for Printing document
(5)Dynamic file and folder generation based on macros
(6)Supports both single and multi-page TIFF file formats
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Joy Image Printer is a high-performance virtual printer which enables you to convert any printable document into standard BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG and TIFF image, and keep the exact look and feel of the original document. Since the converted image has the complete information from the original file without altering characters or fonts, you don't need to install the original software to view the document.
Key Features: (1) Installs as a standard Windows printer, works for all Windows applications directly
(2) Converts any printable documents like doc, xls, ppt, rtf, html and CAD into images (3) Supports BMP, GIF, PNG, JPEG and TIFF formats (4)Creates Thumbnails for Printing document (5)Dynamic file and folder generation based on macros (6)Supports both single and multi-page TIFF file formats
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Mason
"Mason" wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@bt.com:
Th evaluation version works ok. In Acad 2k I find it's necessary to select using the ' Window < ' function rather than ' Extents ' or other options, otherwise what you get is nothing like the preview - maybe it's the evaluation text function - pushes the drawing off, so you only get a corner of it. I use Fineprint PDFFactory which produces nice lean pdf files. But PDFs generated direct from AutoCAD are not that difficult to reverse- engineer to a large extent, so this might be useful for clients who are both skilled and dodgy :-)
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Troppo

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