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chreese2
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Registered: ‎05-28-2003
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opening up microstation DGN files w/autocad

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05-27-2003 06:54 AM
I am trying to find out how to open up DGN files from microstation in Autocad. i know that you can save them as dwg files in microstation, but i do not have microstation, I just have the files. if anyone could help i would appreciate it. thanks
*johnson, dc
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Re: opening up microstation DGN files w/autocad

05-27-2003 07:02 AM in reply to: chreese2
either have the one who sent you the files convert them to dwg format
(microstation does that) and resend them or find someone with acad map to do it
for you.


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Dave C. Johnson
djohnson@wwcengineering.com
WWC Engineering
Sheridan WY.
Windows 2k2
Acad Map 5
Survcadd XML
*Pike, Shawn
Message 3 of 4 (99 Views)

Re: opening up microstation DGN files w/autocad

05-27-2003 07:41 AM in reply to: chreese2
Hi Chreese2,

 

See my posts of 3-06-2003 in "Save in
R14".  MicroStation v8.1 Evaluation can be obtained from Bentley on CD
(they're happy to send it out).  It runs for 15 minutes at a time, can open
and resave several large AutoCAD or MicroStation files before shutting
down, and can read and saveas AutoCAD v 2.6 through 2002.  This is how
we translate files between the MicroStation and AutoCAD users in our
office.  (We own MS, we just haven't got the network licensing going
yet.)

 

Hope this helps,

 

Shawn

 
*Tarling, Martin
Message 4 of 4 (99 Views)

Re: opening up microstation DGN files w/autocad

05-27-2003 05:38 PM in reply to: chreese2

Our company uses a program called DGNLink 6 -
Autocad / Micorstation Translator to convert Mircrostation files to Autocad
files.

 



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I
am trying to find out how to open up DGN files from microstation in Autocad. i
know that you can save them as dwg files in microstation, but i do not have
microstation, I just have the files. if anyone could help i would appreciate
it. thanks
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