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SDR33 Format Specification

SDR33 Format Specification

SDR33 Format Specification

Can anybody point me to links for SDR33 file format specification? I searched all over internet and found nothing. Thanks!

RE: SDR33 Format Specification

Have you tried contacting Sokkia Technical Support direct?  

Many software authors include this format in their import / export routines.  Just a thought..


RE: SDR33 Format Specification

I just loaded AutoCad 2000 on to my new computer and my Layers Property Manager is not in alphabetical order. can anyone help  

RE: SDR33 Format Specification


you may want to click to the layer name title field in Layer Manager and you will get alphabetical layer names (click again you will get descending instead of ascending).  In a similar way if you click on the colour title field you will get a listing in colour order

By the way, you will get a much quicker response if you start your own thread and post in "Engineering Computer Programs, Autodesk:AutoCAD" forum :)


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