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dgiovannini
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PLT to PDF?

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10-30-2008 08:14 AM
hi all,

is there any (hopefully free) program out there that will convert a PLT file (with color aerial image attached) to a color PDF file?

I would plot directly to PDF BUT I want to use the existing PLT files already created (there have been revisions made since)...

I want retain that original PLT file version.

thank you!
*Bud Miller
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Re: PLT to PDF?

10-30-2008 11:28 AM in reply to: dgiovannini

I've used Govert's GoPlot and PDF995.

 

Select the plt file in GoPlot and print to the
PDF printer installed by PDF995.

 

Bud Miller


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hi
all, is there any (hopefully free) program out there that will convert a PLT
file (with color aerial image attached) to a color PDF file? I would plot
directly to PDF BUT I want to use the existing PLT files already created
(there have been revisions made since)... I want retain that original PLT file
version. thank you!
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dgiovannini
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Registered: ‎05-13-2003
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Re: PLT to PDF?

10-30-2008 11:32 AM in reply to: dgiovannini
thanks Bud
*Joe Bouza
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Re: PLT to PDF?

10-30-2008 02:18 PM in reply to: dgiovannini

I like DeskPDF


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hi
all, is there any (hopefully free) program out there that will convert a PLT
file (with color aerial image attached) to a color PDF file? I would plot
directly to PDF BUT I want to use the existing PLT files already created
(there have been revisions made since)... I want retain that original PLT file
version. thank you!
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