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inserting a JPEG into my autoCAD LT drawing, and PDF it

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matt lyons

Hi,

I am using AutoCAD LT 2009, and am having some problems.

 

I want to have some jpeg images on my cad drawing, so i just insert the image, which is fine. I can print this fine, and allis good. however,when i go to PDF the drawings, using a standard downloadable DWG - PDF convertor, the jpegs dissapear. everything else is fine, but the jpegs are no longer on the PDF'ed drawing.

:?

can anyone help?

 

thanks,

Matt

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SLW210

Which converter are you using? Doesn't AutoCAD LT 2009 have a DWG to PDF.pc3?

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matt lyons
Which converter are you using? Doesn't AutoCAD LT 2009 have a DWG to PDF.pc3?

 

 

i am using just something i downloaded - got it here http://anydwg.com/

 

maybe AutoCAD LT 2009 does have a DWG to PDF convertor - if so, then i dont know how to use it!!!! maybe you can tellme how i can convert the drawings to PDF without the convertor??

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SLW210

When selecting a plotter/printer in the plot dialog box choose the DWG to PDF.pc3.

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matt lyons
When selecting a plotter/printer in the plot dialog box choose the DWG to PDF.pc3.

 

 

yap, your dead right!!! thanks a million - all pdf'd now!!

 

thanks again.

 

Matt

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SLW210

Good to hear!! Glad to have helped. :thumbsup:

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