I apologize if this request is inappropriate for the group. My daughter has 6 simple autosketch skf drawings that she created in a prior high school design class and she'd like to submit them with an college application for Interior Design. I'm coming up short finding some sort of viewer so that we could print these drawings (the HS no longer has the program). Also, it seems that none of the trial Autodesk packages support the skf format. Is there a way that I could view (or translate to a supported format) and print these simple drawings?
Thanks in advance,
Sorry, I don't know the version. Is there somewhere in the binary dump that I could find the version? Appreciate your response. FYI, I tried to attach one of the skt files but autodesk won't even accept files with an skf extension! I guess this isn't an acceptable format any longer.
They open up and look ok in v10 ($250 from autodesk website), so you may want to risk it and buy v9 which probably only runs on win XP (ebay $50).
I assume they'll need a little fixing, look at the black V shapes here - http://i52.tinypic.com/2vj4fwp.jpg