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AutoCAD and PS/PSP

Postby Wonder » Sun Apr 27, 2003 6:31 am

I have both Photoshop as well as Paint Shop Pro. Working with architects, I get a lot of AutoCAD drawings sent to me via email. Is there a way that a file with a .dwg extension can be converted so I can open it in either Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro? Since I don't have a CAD program, I can't open any of these files and am hoping I can do something or add in some kind of plugin so that I'll be able to view the drawings using one of these programs.
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Postby Jaci » Sun Apr 27, 2003 3:50 pm

Paint Shop Pro 7 sometimes can handle dwg files, however the viewing isn't that great, and I think the same goes for Photoshop, since neither of them are vector-based programs.
But, I found this freeware cad editor http://www.tucows.com/preview/284939.html that might help you at least viewing the drawings.
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Thank You Jaci

Postby Wonder » Tue Apr 29, 2003 2:04 am

I'll go download the program right now. Appreciate it!
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Re: AutoCAD and PS/PSP

Postby musquida » Sat Mar 12, 2011 7:14 am

Can I get a great job if I take AutoCad classes? There is a local community college that offers a 8 week long course to teach AutoCad. I already have my Business Management bacholors degree but haven't had much success finding a good --------. I'm planning on going back to school this fall to get my Civil Engineering degree. But for now will this AutoCad class open up new -------- options?
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Re: AutoCAD and PS/PSP

Postby eleesha » Mon Jun 06, 2011 11:24 am

What CAD systems are they teaching in colleges today? My company will be upgrading our CAD system this year. We have been using AutoCad since the early 90s. I was wondering what they are teaching in the engineering schools these days.
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Re: AutoCAD and PS/PSP

Postby comments.expert » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:28 pm

eleesha wrote:My company will be upgrading our CAD system this year.


expectedly when it is come ?
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