Here is the story:
- I have ordered some boat plans (hard copy). Some plans are even 9 feet long.
- A company has been so kind and scanned all the plans as tif-images. The scans are exactly 1:1.
- Somewhere on the internet I have read that you can import a tif-image, make it as a layer and then draw upon the lines you see from the image making a real autocad file.
But how can I do that? Do I have to use the imageattach command (I have Autocad 2004) and then import the image like that? It is EXTREMELY important that the image stays 1:1 in Autocad. How do I turn the image into a layer? Maybe someone has some advice? Im still a beginner using autocad :-)
Reagrds, Lucas Jensen