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dwf and images

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05-26-2004 11:29 PM
Hi,

I always have problems to make a dwf from a drawing with images inculded.
I always have to unload the the images.
Does anyone know how to make a dwf from a drawing with images ?

Peter Debrauwere
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Re: dwf and images

05-28-2004 11:17 AM in reply to: pdb
Hi Peter,

I'd like to look into the problem that you are having. Can you please tell me what application(s) you are currently using to create your DWF files? Also, if you can provide me with any additional information regarding the process you are currently using to create the DWF files, that would be helpful also. (For example, do you PUBLISH your DWFs from an AutoCAD application, PLOT to DWF using the DWF6 ePlot.pc3, or do you use DWF Writer to create your DWF files?)

Scott Lillibridge
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Re: dwf and images

06-02-2004 04:34 AM in reply to: pdb
Hi,

I am working with Autocad R2002 on win NT version 4.0 (sp 6).
I attached one of my drawing where i get the problem.

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Re: dwf and images

08-06-2004 12:01 PM in reply to: pdb
I am also having major problems with images in DWF. We use USView (Utility Sciences) for our viewer and need to use the DWF ePlot (WHIP! 3.1 Compatible version ) to create our DWF files. We are using the Mr Sid images in cad and they look great, but I was told that Mr Sid images aren't compatible with DWF format. We are currently using Autocad Map 2004.
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