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ricardomartimcruz
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GIF images in AutoCAD 2004

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02-18-2013 09:11 AM

Hello, 

 

I have a lot of gif images that I would need to insert them in AutoCAD 2004. But this release do not accept it, right? 

I could save those images to other formats (jpg, tiff). However I have them already with the right coordinates, as they are all inserted into dwg files. 

So I would have to repeat the all process If I convert them. 

Is there any way that I can make AutoCAD 2004 read the gif images?

 

Thanks in advanced.

 

Regards

 

Ricardo

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pendean
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Re: GIF images in AutoCAD 2004

02-18-2013 03:59 PM in reply to: ricardomartimcruz

What do you mean by "I have them already with the right coordinates, as they are all inserted into dwg files"?

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ricardomartimcruz
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Re: GIF images in AutoCAD 2004

02-19-2013 02:33 AM in reply to: ricardomartimcruz

I have a dwg for each image. On each dwg the image is already moved, rotated and scaled to fit the right coordinates. Images are maps. 

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Kent1Cooper
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Re: GIF images in AutoCAD 2004

02-21-2013 06:37 AM in reply to: ricardomartimcruz

ricardomartimcruz wrote:

.... 

I have a lot of gif images that I would need to insert them in AutoCAD 2004. But this release do not accept it, right? 

....


My 2004 will take .gif images.  Insert pull-down, Image... item, which calls up the _IMAGEATTACH command.  GIF is included in the Files of type: pull-down list, and it does accept them.

Kent Cooper

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