dwg>pdf

Does anyone know of a good stand-alone, freeware program to batch convert
dwg to pdf.
Reply to
Chuck Fluri
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The best way is usually to publish/plot to a pdf print driver. There are many such drivers out there (CutePDF, PrimoPDF, etc.) However batch conversion can be a problem especially when one drawing has multiple pages. The choice can be quite dependent on the methods you use in drawing.
Chuck Fluri wrote:
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Jerry G
Oui,
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It converts from dwg to pdf and also between version of dwg and dxf.
Love it.
Jeannette
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Jeannette
Jeannette, Ooops! That program is $69+. Not so free. Sparky
Reply to
Steve Parker
I use PDFCreator (
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only limitation which can be slightly annoying is you cannot afaik rotate the drawing, but hey, its free!!
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Remo Shiva
I finally bought pdf995
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is free, but i needed to make many plots, so the advertise coming used to be boring so it's only 19$ for full Because pdfcreator wasent as functional, and was very heavy.
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gegematic
Take a look at
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there a hundreds of free/shareware Programs there that should suite you needs/pockets.
Remo Shiva a écrit :
I finally bought pdf995
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It is free, but i needed to make many plots, so the advertise coming used to be boring so it's only 19$ for full Because pdfcreator wasent as functional, and was very heavy.
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News
I use pdfFactory Pro 2.50.
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942201123Evgeny Eraskov
PDFcreator
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hpspt

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