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<csmac2004> wrote in messageHey
guys/gals, I was just wondering if there was any way that multiple DWF files
could be merged into one? I have two files, both with information that I need
at the same time and would like to maybe merge them together into one file, or
copy a sheet from one (with markups) to the other. As I cannot have them both
open at the same time, I was hoping I could do this somehow. Any ideas? I
guess I should've created them as a multi-sheet DWF in the first place
(they're just published from AutoCAD), but now I've gotten this far with
markups so I was hoping to not have to start over... Thanks for any ideas
Thank you for your question.
There are two ways to merge multiple files into one:
1. Open one DWF file, then drag and drop another DWF file into the Thumbnails palette of the opening file. Save it.
2. In the file folder, select the multiple DWF files, then right-click on a selected DWF file, select Merge command. Save the merged file.
Please let me know if I can be any of further help.
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