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I need to convert a Microstation drawing to PDF what can i do?

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THERE IS A SHARE WARE ON CADALOG.COM CALLED VIEW COMPANION.
IT TAKES ABOUT 2 MINUTES TO DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL.
IT IS WHAT I USE. VERY SIMPLE PROGRAM.
Good luck

RE: Microstation

I use PDF995, which is also shareware. I won't do things like embedded fonts or hyperlinks, but for 8.5x11 or 11x17 CADD drawings, it does the trick. I'm going to go check out that View Companion and see if I like it better. The PDF995 creates a driver that can be used by any program in windows that prints.

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