shrug-l: Creating CAD files?
tcorbin at keckwood.com
Mon Dec 11 10:18:16 EST 2006
Depending on the Level of ArcGIS yes you can. If you have ArcInfo, you
can use the TO CAD conversion tool in ArcToolbox to create a DXF file. A
DXF file is an AutoCAD native file type. If you have ArcView or
ArcEditor, you will need the Data Interoperability Extension.
Autodesk Map, Land Desktop, and Civil 3d applications are able to import
shapefiles. These are all AutoCAD based applications. Also I believe
there are several third party Shapefile to CAD conversion applications
available on the internet. Most are either free or have a trial period.
Just do a search on Shapefile to CAD.
Tripp Corbin, MCP, CFM, GISP
Associate Vice President, GIS/Mapping
ESRI Authorized Instructor
Keck & Wood, Inc.
(678) 417-8785 fax
Keck & Wood, Inc offers instructor led and virtual training for ESRI's
ArcGIS & ArcView software.
Please visit <http://www.keckwood.com/> www.keckwood.com for more
information including a schedule of upcoming classes.
From: shrug-l-bounces at lists.dep.state.fl.us
[mailto:shrug-l-bounces at lists.dep.state.fl.us] On Behalf Of Mary Jane
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2006 10:10 AM
To: shrug-l at lists.dep.state.fl.us
Subject: shrug-l: Creating CAD files?
Is there a way to create an AutoCAD file from an existing Shapefile
using ArcGIS 9.2?
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