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AutoCAD/DWG Viewer on a 64bit PC

Posted on 2011-03-07
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We have recently upgraded quite a few PC/Laptops and require the capability to view DWG files. We use AutoCAD LT 2008 on our WinXP Pro 32bit machines but the new Win7 64bit models aren't supported. I am having trouble even finding a Viewer for a 64bit system, any ideas?
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You can download Autodesk's DWG TrueView to view DWG Files for free (link provided below). You can also try installing AutoCAD 2008 onto the 64bit computers even if they are not supported it should still function fine.

Autodesk DWG TrueView (64bit)
http://download.autodesk.com/esd/dwgtrueview/2011/SetupDWGTrueView2011_64bit.exe
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