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    Default converting dwg to dxf increased the size of the file extremely

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    hey,

    i am trying to convert a dwg file to dxf. Problem - dwg file is just 459 kb. the converted dxf even after purging has the enourmos size of 2.56 mg.
    i m working with 2007 Auto CAd, but want to save the dxf in 2004.

    any ideas

    best regards

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    DXF is just a text file. To read it you could open the file using a text editor or even MS Word. Try zipping the file before sending it off to someone in an email.
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    God bless you!

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    I didn't sneeze, but you're welcome just the same. By the way, welcome to the forum. Hope you'll stick around and get acquainted with us. We invite you to contribute as well.
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    Thanx,

    i will try my best.

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