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Library from Autocad to Keycreator

Library from Autocad to Keycreator

Library from Autocad to Keycreator

(OP)
Hey,

Is it possible to export an entire library from Autocad to Keycreator?
If so, it would save me a lot of time.

Grtz

RE: Library from Autocad to Keycreator

KeyCreator has a batch translator, and can translate dwg and dxf.

RE: Library from Autocad to Keycreator

(OP)
Thanks.

Is there a manual somewhere so I can follow the correct procedure? I don't know how to begin at this task.

Grtz

RE: Library from Autocad to Keycreator

What are you trying to import?  Library of what?  If you want to import a large collection of DXF or DWG files then choose the "batch translator" option in the "file" drop down menu.  The rest should be straight forward but 100% success is not always certain.  

RE: Library from Autocad to Keycreator

(OP)
Yes I want to import a library from AutoCad into KeyCreator.
When all the drawings are imported, can I set them in a sidebare or something so I can use them easily.

Gr

Andy

RE: Library from Autocad to Keycreator

Yes this can be done.  Check with your local dealer for a demo on how to set it up.  Basically it's done by setting up reference files.

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