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Hi all,

I am having a problem with some files that end with .dwg or .dwf, and I am unable to oprn them.
I know they were created with autocad program, but I don't think that I hvae to have the auto cad installed in my computer to be ablr open them.
can any body help me out here?

Thanks
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mjalmassud
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m_renaudCommented:
try this!

Free DWG Viewer
http://www.infograph.com/products/dwgviewer/

see ya!

Mart

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CRAKCommented:
If they are 3D graphs, it may not look as good as the original, but I know of at least two programmes that support DWG:
Corel Draw and Corel Xara.
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CRAKCommented:
But a fee tool sounds interesting.....
Good work Mart!
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shamstarCommented:
You can import/export and manipulate DXF files using Blender3D which is a free 3D graphics design program.  You can get it from www.blender3d.org as well as more info.
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galathea00Commented:
Autodesk has a new product (makers of AutoCAD), it is called DWF viewer and it is for free.
I suggest you download it.

Here is the link:

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?id=2787358&siteID=123112&wac=IL13872

DWF-iT!
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Staceman03Commented:
I always use Volo View
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