RE: Converting AutoCad Drawings

Subject: RE: Converting AutoCad Drawings
From: "Stephen Parkes" <sparkes -at- teleflex -dot- bc -dot- ca>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 07:52:36 -0800

A great deal of our wiring diagrams are created in AutoCad. I am
incharge in producing Service and Installation Bulletins that require
wiring diagrams.
Our supplier will ask for both a Windows Meta File (.WMF) and DXF file.
They will take either or both and import them into Illustrator.

The final Bulletin will be created in Quarkx and output as a PDF.

In Illustrator you can play with line widths and color etc.

As simple as it sounds, Word and a WMF file have worked for us for
years...

HTH,

Stephen Parkes
Product Support
Teleflex Canada Ltd.

www.proheat.com


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