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January 02, 2007

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Carol Perez

Where do we find the DWF6 ePlot.PC3? We are exploring the use of DWF vs PLT files. When we use Publish and create the DWF file, we cannot plot the files on our in house plotter (Savin 4700WD) until we convert the DWF file to TIFF images. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Scott Sheppard

Mine was installed when I installed AutoCAD 2007. My DWF6 ePlot pc3 file was actually located in C:\Documents and Settings\sheppas\Application Data\Autodesk\AutoCAD 2007\R17.0\enu\Plotters

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