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March 12, 2008

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saso

I agree, people should understand what for DWF is and its benefits. One such thing for example is that it provides some level of project copy protection. Adding such support as DWF back to DWG will destroy that.

James

I've said all along that DWF is just a fancy PLT file.

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Now that DWG TrueView 2009 will include a measurement capability, internal teams who wsih to collaborate over a LAN can do so with DWG. They do not need to worry about file size or missing XREFs. For teams where the internet is involved, DWF is the way to go. So now more than ever, DWG is for some users, DWF is for others.

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