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Here's how you make DWFs for use in Autodesk QTO (and other tools) that require smart (i.e., property-containing) DWF files from AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture. Enjoy!
How to publish DWF files from AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture from Jason Pratt on Vimeo.
Posted by Jason Pratt on June 11, 2009 | Permalink
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