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Friday, July 28, 2017

How do I import multiple autocad drawings into my one autocad?

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3 Responses to “How do I import multiple autocad drawings into my one autocad?”
  1. gtbt says:

    I am not sure I understand your question perfectly, but here are several options:

    – Use the DDINSERT command, go to “Browse” and find the file(s) you want to bring into your drawing; click OK and specify an insertion point. The drawing will be inserted as a Block.

    – Similar to the INSERT/DDINSERT command, the XRef command allows to insert other files into your drawing; except that if a drawing is inserted as an XRef, it cannot be exploded and it updates whenever the base reference file is updated.

    – Open the files that you wish to bring into your drawing and with the COPYCLIP or the COPYBASE command select and copy the content you need to the clipboard. Then go back to your drawing and PASTECLIP.

    – Use the ADCENTER command which allows to import partial content from other drawings.

    I hope that helps. Good luck.

  2. Jimmy H says:

    not sure of what you try to do here. but if you just want multiple drawings onto one model space…… simply open all the drawing…select object then ctrl+c and ctrl+V will do

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