Can any recommend a free online viewer for DWG? 2nd choice would to
install one - not thrilled about installing software from the web.
Today I tried converting DWG to PDF at www.zamzar.com, and the PDF was
the wrong proportion - cutting off the left side of the image. I have
been using www.zamzar.com for years and doing a great job with other
Original DWG is 11x17 (ratio 1.55)
Converted file is 600x800 (ratio 1.33)
Link directly to image:
If that doesn't work, this will get to it:
On Thu, 05 Feb 2015 09:19:50 -0800, Snuffy \"Hub Cap\" McKinney wrote:
DWG is used in Autocad files.
If you just need a viewer, download the free file viewer from http://
www.autodesk.com/products/dwg/viewers. There's a couple of free viewers
there. I haven't used either but Autodesk is the right place.
That is why he suggested Cute pdf.
You would open the .DWG files in whatever application opens them.
Now you would "print" the files. Normally this would send the file to
your inkjet/laser/whatever printer. BUT if you have cute.pdf installed
you would select it as the printer you want to use and it will "print"
your file out as a .pdf file instead.
It creates a .pdf file instead of actually printing it on paper.
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