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    It won't put in the pic. Doesn't show a link for it. The front view I think is going to be a bit tricky.

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    It should be as simple as creating an image file (.jpg or .png), uploading the file then attaching it to your post.

    What is the file type?

    What is the file size?

    Another option would be to attach a copy of the actual .dwg file. Consider it.
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    The computer that I'm using for my cad doesn't allow internet on it which makes it a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonEcko View Post
    The computer ������ that I'm using for my cad doesn't allow internet on it which makes it a problem.
    You can USB drive the DWG file, a pdf, or png of it to the computer that does have internet. Then start by clicking the Go Advanced button at the bottom of your next post. Click the paperclip, Add Files, Choose files, Done, then you are done.

    Click the "?" in the attachment manager to see file size limits.
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