Sometimes I have to import a PDF file into an Intellicad drawing. Even though I set the quality...
to "HIGH", the import is almost unreadable. Is there a way to improve the quality of the imported file?
If you have your CAD drawings residing in a PDF file, you first import the PDF file to AutoCAD using AutoDWG PDF to DWG importer available in add-on section and save the output as DXF or DWG file. This feature is available in the latest version of AutoCAD 2010
From AutoCAD you can easily transfer the file to IntelliCAD platform and do some alignment check before using the drawing in routine.
Let me know if it works for you.
by Karen Wardle 11 years ago
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