Converts PDF files into editable DWG files.
Look up point elevations from web service.
Converts PDF files into editable DWG and DXF files. 30-day Trial.
2D/3D PDF and Raster to DWG, DXF Conversion To Full Editable Drawing With The Help of a Stand Alone Program. With Raster Vectorization and OCR Text Recognition.
This book explains the database structure, tables and views of the databases of Autodesk® AutoCAD® P&ID and AutoCAD® Plant 3D. It shows several simple to complex views you can create and use.
Design tools for Autodesk® AutoCAD® P&ID and Autodesk® AutoCAD® Plant 3D.
BackToCAD Publisher is a stand-alone converter that allows the CAD user to convert hundreds of DWG/DXF, ACIS (SAT), PRC files into
2D PDF, 3D PDF, and PRC (3D PDF or CAD Input).
The PDFin plug-in allows you to open and edit PDF drawings within Autodesk® AutoCAD® and other Autodesk programs. Trial with watermark.
The PDFin plug-in allows you to open and edit PDF files directly within Autodesk® AutoCAD®. Fully licensed version.
Imports points and geometry from Excel, CSV, TXT, Google Earth, CAD/ZEM formats.
Exports points to Excel, CSV, TXT, GeoJSON, Google Earth, Plaxis M-Geo.
A convenient utility to import/export attributes on a drawing to Excel or CSV format and export data created with Cadgen Quick Label, including unit length report between blocks added to group.
Links the Autodesk® AutoCAD® table cells or Excel worksheet cells to AutoCAD constraint parameters (includes the dynamic block parameters).
Imports Excel spreadsheet into Autodesk® AutoCAD® and synchronize the table with the original Excel spreadsheet.
AutoWord can import / link Microsoft Word documents into Autodesk® AutoCAD®.
Convert one or more 3D polylines into 2D polylines and vice versa.
3 tools in 1 app. The easiest way to get total Area and Length or Perimeter of objects. Export result to clipboard or put to text objects
TableBuilder exports table / BOM / schedules from Autodesk® AutoCAD® to Excel.
Are you tired of creating tables in Autodesk® AutoCAD® manually? We have a solution!! Simply copy and paste your data from Excel, OpenOffice or even Google Drive to AutoCAD, or import it from CSV file