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Saturday, May 20, 2017

How do you get adobe acrobat to load into autocad?

I need to print a pdf from a layout in autocad.

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2 Responses to “How do you get adobe acrobat to load into autocad?”
  1. Blue Cougar says:

    The only way to do this is you need to have adobe acrobat (not the reader, the full program). When adobe is installed, it creates a printer called adobe pdf so all you do in Auto Cad is plot how you normally plot except change your printer to adobe (if the printer doesn’t show up in Auto cad, but shows up in windows under printers, then you need to either add the printer using “plotting manager” in auto cad or under options plot and publish tab, uncheck the “hide system printers” box.)

  2. Cie says:

    You can also download a simple and free pdf writer called “Cute PDF Writer” It works just as good as Adobe’s Acrobat software.

    The link is below. (Don’t forget to download the ghostscript writer too)

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