I have a technical drawing in AutoCAD2002 and I want to print it to a
vector-graphics file (so no tif or jpg). I need the file to insert it
into a powerpoint presentation, so the enhanced meta file would be very
Does anyone know how to do this?
Thanks in advance,
Use Adobe Acrobat to create PDF file (set it up as a printer) or print to an
EPS file. You can then open the new file in Illustrator. If you prefer
CorelDraw, try creating a PLT file using the old 7585 format. Both programs
will import DWG files directly but you don't have the option of turning
layers on and off; it imports the whole shebang. From either of those
programs you can export a WMF or EMF file for PowerPoint.