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How to convert new version file into old version like AutoCAD2014 into AutoCAD 2007?

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tipu_sultane

Is there any online method to convert file into previous version?

 

 

If there is no new version of AutoCAD available.

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eldon

Yes, there is a way of converting AutoCAD drawings on line.

 

Sign up to AutoCAD 360. You can upload any AutoCAD drawing, then download it in a version to suit you.

 

It can also convert drawings with an Educational stamp, something that the later versions of DWG Trueview are unable to do.

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tipu_sultane

Is it possible to install some program who will make convert recent version of AutoCAD in to previous via previous version (using).

 

 

In simple words.

 

 

I am unable to open file say 2010 because file is created in 2014 version.

I install some plugin (software) who convert it into the 2010 and I open it in 2010.

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eldon

Your first post was asking specifically for an online method.

 

Now you are asking for an installed method. You should try DWG Trueview 2015.

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tipu_sultane

Yeah, offline in case of internet not available.

Anyway Thanks for giving me information.

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tipu_sultane

How to find that software that the DWG Trueview 2015 needs as prerequisite?

 

 

Why this software not required for AutoCAD 2014 during installation?

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MSasu

That Framework is a library required to run applications developed in .Net; for AutoCAD 2014 was required a previous version.

You may find said library at Microsoft, free of charge.

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