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JohnHolder
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publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

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02-04-2013 11:50 AM

I just hope I am just seeing the option, but is there anyway to publish to DWF and not to buzzsaw?

 

I can <print> to pdf, but I rather use DWF.

 

John.

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Hi. Just a suggestion. You can simply export to DWF using the export option in the application menu. You will end up with one DWF file for the entire project.

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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

02-04-2013 01:31 PM in reply to: JohnHolder

You could grab the Autodesk DWF Writer (Windows system printer driver) and use that with the Print dialog.

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JohnHolder
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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

02-04-2013 02:00 PM in reply to: KateMorrical

unfortunatly all it does is make 0 kb files.

 

Personally I think it kind of silly, that I have to download a program to print/publish in dwf when everything else that I have from autocad does it natively.

 

and the 32-bit program of course does not install since I have a 64 bit machine.

 

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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

02-04-2013 09:53 PM in reply to: JohnHolder

Hi. Just a suggestion. You can simply export to DWF using the export option in the application menu. You will end up with one DWF file for the entire project.

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KateMorrical
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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

02-05-2013 07:32 AM in reply to: AJA14

A much better suggestion than mine. :-)

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JohnHolder
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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

02-05-2013 08:55 AM in reply to: AJA14

Ok that worked.  Still odd that you cannot publish to dwf.   But a solution!  

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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

02-05-2013 08:55 AM in reply to: KateMorrical

No no yours was a great suggestion, and It should have worked!    There may be underlining problems to why it didn't.

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Re: publishing to DWF and NOT buzzsaw

10-12-2014 02:51 AM in reply to: JohnHolder
You can publish to buzzsaw with any settings. but without login/password. and press publish. When you'll see window to enter login/password - do not close it. Your *.dwfx file will be there: C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp\ Copy your *.dwfx to any place and then just close window for login/password
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