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How to Convert AutoCAD DXF Files into PDFs

AutoCAD is one of the most popular programs used by architects, engineers and other professionals in the design and construction industries for delivering computer-aided design and drafting. In case you are one of its users, you may have come across DXF (Drawing Interchange Format) files — a format introduced in the 1980s for increasing the interoperability of AutoCAD files. DXF files were meant to reproduce DWG files and had subsequent releases in the following years.

In case you found or were sent a DXF file but do not have AutoCAD installed and you don’t know how to open it, conversion to PDF is the best option. It only takes a few clicks with reaConverter.

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How to Convert DWG and DXF Files to a Required AutoCAD Version

If you are an architect or an engineer, you probably use AutoCAD a lot. This popular computer-aided design (CAD) software is also used by project managers, designers and several other professionals involved in designing and constructing buildings.

Since its initial release in 1982, AutoCAD has launched a large number of subsequent upgraded versions throughout the years. Because of this, you may have encountered the situation where a DWG or DXF file — two of the extensions commonly used in association with AutoCAD — created with an older version of AutoCAD are not compatible with the current version you are using.

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Perform Vector to Vector Direct Conversion


Do you have an AI, a CDR or some other type of vector file that you would like to convert to a different vector format? Perhaps you have CAD vector format files, such as DWG, DXF, PLT or Windows Metafiles: EMF/WMF and you would like to convert them to another accessible vector formats such as SVG or PDF? In any situations above, reaConverter allows you to process this operation fast and easy through its vector to vector direct conversion feature.

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