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Generic Cadd 6.0 to AutoCad drawing conversion

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08-17-1999 08:03 AM
Doug,
As a former generic user, I seem to remember these files being
part of Generic CADD. I'm sorry I can't tell you exactly where they
might be, but have you done a search for them? Hope this helps.

Tim Dougherty

On Tue, 09 Jun 1998 13:54:30 -0700, Doug Wilks
wrote:

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>I am trying to convert drawings from Generic Cadd 6.0 into Autocad. We
>are about to purchase AutoCad R14 and AEC 5.0. I have found details
>within Autodesk website that a file acon.exe and acadcvt.exe can be used
>to convert drawing files. I have searched within Autodesk website but
>cannot find a download of these files. Does anyone have a copy of these?
>
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