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    Default Autodesk triueview has a built-in converter

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    For those of who did not know trieview has a built-in converter so no more need to ask for the drawing to be saaved in ealier version.
    User can convert to 2000 version +..

    here's the link to access download:

    http://www.autodesk.com/products/dwg/viewers
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    That's been common knowledge for quite some time. Have you been on extended holiday?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    That's been common knowledge for quite some time. Have you been on extended holiday?
    Just found out lately that converter was available always had to ask for downgraded drawings so i could open them since i am still using 2012 version.


    No holidays here just so busy for the past 10 month had no time to do anything else but draw.
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    TrueView and Convert used to be separate programs. They were merged many years ago. I've been aware of them since 2002.
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