Can you import dwg files to smart draw?

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Hello,

I would like to know if you can import dwg files to smart draw and if it supports DXF and DWF as well as DWG? What else does it support that is associated with CAD software?

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Can you import dwg files to smart draw?

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Hi Dominic,

 

Yes, you can import DWG files on Smart Draw and it can support DXF and DWF file format that commonly used in CAD software specially AutoCAD. Smart Draw can also support PNG, WMF, JPEG, TIFF and BMP file format. Smart Drawing is proving 2D capabilities and many unique template designs that you can customize. The interface of this software is very user friendly so you can easily learn how to use all tools of this software.

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Can you import dwg files to smart draw?

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Autodesk AutoCAD supports both DWG and DXF file formats. The DWG file format or extension stands for “Drawing”. It is a proprietary vector file format created by Autodesk in 1982 and developers need a license to use this format in their software.

This file format has the widest range of features than any vector file type supporting a selection of vector entities as well as AutoCAD-specific elements like dynamic blocks. The DWG file format is smaller than DXF files because of their binary makeup.

The DXF file format, on the other hand, stands for “Drawing Exchange Format” and is also a vector file format used in CAD which Autodesk created as an exchange medium between different types of CAD software. The DXF file format is an open standard that’s why it is supported by almost every CAD software in the market.

It is bigger than DWG files because DXFs are composed of ASCII text while DWGs are binary. Other file formats supported by AutoCAD include DIM, LAS, LIN, MLN, NFL, and PAT.

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