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*Popiel, Slawomir
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Drawing conversion

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07-07-2003 01:26 AM
Using ABS2004 I've created a ductwork drawing. Since the Architect is still
using AC2000, at the end, I've converted it (export to 2000). To make sure
that everything is ok, I opened the drawing with 2002. All was correct. I've
sent it to the architect and I was surprised, when the guy called me asking
when I would send him the ductwork, not just text. Since I had no idea what
he was talking about, I opened the very file I've sent, with 2002. To my
astonishment, the drawing had everything on it, except ductwork. I learned
what the architect meant, however still I have no idea why it happend and
why the ductwork miraculously disappeared. Any help would be appreciated.
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Message 2 of 3 (195 Views)

Re: Drawing conversion

07-07-2003 02:08 AM in reply to: *Popiel, Slawomir
There are two option for conversion to autocad 2000.

1. AECexplode the ductwork to autocad entities.

2. Set proxygraphics to 1 and save file. This doesn't always work.
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Registered: ‎11-08-2003
Message 3 of 3 (195 Views)

Re: Drawing conversion

07-07-2003 03:20 AM in reply to: *Popiel, Slawomir
I used the export to Acad2000 command (file menu)and our client w/ ADT 2i (Acad 2000i) was able to open, read all ductwork, and print these drawings fine.


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