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Dealing with DXF/DWG

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Short Sharp Training (monthly)

This month the short sharp training will be looking at Best Practice for Importing and Exporting DXG/DWG files. There are times where you can't avoid working with consultants and other CAD users that do not use Vectorworks. In these cases, you need to share information with DXF/DWG. What is the best practice to make it run smoothly?

If you have ever had trouble importing DXF/DWG files, if you have had trouble scaling, or if you are scared of working with DXF or DWG files, this session is for you.

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