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vikasranga2
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How to convert a drawing (.dwg) file to .svg?

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pendean
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Re: How to convert a drawing (.dwg) file to .svg?

06-19-2012 04:42 AM in reply to: vikasranga2

There are many converters you can buy like this one, use Google to search for them all and try before you buy.

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vikasranga2
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Re: How to convert a drawing (.dwg) file to .svg?

06-19-2012 05:45 AM in reply to: pendean

I downloaded svg convertor from the link you shared, but it is not converting the file.

 

I searched first 20 Google results, all results are having 2 setups and none is working.

 

Now you tell, how can I accept your above reply as solution?

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TerryDotson
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Re: How to convert a drawing (.dwg) file to .svg?

06-19-2012 08:44 AM in reply to: vikasranga2

Consider using AutoCAD's WMFOUT command to create a WMF file, then find a WMF to SVG conversion tool on the web, this one may work.

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Re: How to convert a drawing (.dwg) file to .svg?

06-19-2012 10:08 AM in reply to: vikasranga2

You only accept it if it's a solution: does it really need to be explained :smileyhappy:

 

Did you contact their support for help (http://www.dwgtool.com/support.htm)? Demo may have a file size limit, they also require R2010 or lower format with no roundtrip or AEC content in the file, worth seeking help from the program creators if the other post above is not an option.

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