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can you convert a .PLT to a DWF?

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10-19-2003 06:15 PM
We use viewing software to allow clients acces to thiere drawings over the net, we are changing from using the Large and painfully slow .PLT to a nice lean and quick. .DWF, but some of our legacy data (.PLT) may need changing to .DWF, is this posiible?
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Re: can you convert a .PLT to a DWF?

10-19-2003 10:54 PM in reply to: buttons129
None of our applications would enable you to do
the conversion; try this one:

 


 

HTH

 

VJoseph


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We
use viewing software to allow clients acces to thiere drawings over the net,
we are changing from using the Large and painfully slow .PLT to a nice lean
and quick. .DWF, but some of our legacy data (.PLT) may need changing to .DWF,
is this posiible?
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Re: can you convert a .PLT to a DWF?

10-19-2003 10:54 PM in reply to: buttons129
Look into the AutoDesk DWFwriter 2 Beta mentioned in thread

on Oc/14/03. Since you apparently have a PLT file viewer

setting up the DWFwriter (a printer option) your PLT viewer

just might work with the new AutoDesk Product.
*Saadallah, Dean
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Re: can you convert a .PLT to a DWF?

10-20-2003 12:58 AM in reply to: buttons129
http://cadfx.com/replot/?caddepot

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Re: can you convert a .PLT to a DWF?

10-20-2003 06:10 AM in reply to: buttons129
Take a look at our EFM program. You can download it
at http://www.etecad.com

 


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style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
We
use viewing software to allow clients acces to thiere drawings over the net,
we are changing from using the Large and painfully slow .PLT to a nice lean
and quick. .DWF, but some of our legacy data (.PLT) may need changing to .DWF,
is this posiible?
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