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How I can open skp files in autocad 2006?

October 19, 2010 by  
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Is there any way to open skp file without download sketch up program?

Open architecture USB controller advancement for motion control with applications like & engraving

October 5, 2010 by  
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By: Mr. Dhiren Shah Solustan, Inc.   Introduction   Engraving systems have come a long way. Today’s computerized rotary engraving machines and laser machines allow creation of high quality fonts combined with eye-catching graphics. It feels like it was just yesterday when engravers used manual engraving machines.   Technology continues to march forward. As always, […]

AutoCAD 2010, how do you convert a drawing file to open on older versions such as Auto CAD 2008.?

September 24, 2010 by  
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I have recently used AutoCAD 2010 to produce a drawing project, however the usual version i do use at the printer is autoCAD 2008. When i tried to open this drawing on the old version it stated that i would need to convert the drawing file to open it. If someone could explain the process […]

Pin Ribbon Panel Open

September 10, 2010 by  
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A quick and easy tip for your Friday: If you often access a command from the “expandable” portion of a ribbon panel, you can pin that panel open so you don’t have to open it up every time. Expandable ribbon… View full post on Please Login or Register to see the link.

Can I write a macro to open files automatically in Autocad?

July 12, 2010 by  
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I need a macro that will open a file based on inputs from a drop-down box. Box 1 specifies the first folder, box two the second, and so on until it reaches a file. It then needs to open that file, copy it, and paste it into an open document. Is that possible? If I […]

How to save Autocad 2010 file so it will open with Autocad 2005?

July 10, 2010 by  
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Hi, I’m working with autocad 2010 at home but my school only have 2005. Do I need to save my 2010 file in a different name so I can open it with autocad 2005 at school?