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26 March 2008

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Shaan Hurley has just announced the availability of Autodesk DWG TrueView 2009, via free download from the Autodesk web site: Autodesk DWG TrueView 2009 Download (193 MB download). Autodesk DWG TrueView is Autodesk's free! DWG viewer (and more). The 2009 [Read More]

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sounds very very interesting, I'll check it out!

Hi Shaan,

But it's only the english version.
All other language aren't downloadable...

Best regards

I mentioned in the post that currently only the English version is available.

Cheers,
Shaan

I HAVE AUTOCAD 2006 IN MY PC WHY I CAN NOT
INSTALL IT OR USE IT?

Ali,

I dont have enough detail from you to know why your AutoCAD 2006 will not run on your machine but would encourage you to look at the AutoCAD Knowldge Base at http://www.autodesk.com/support

Good!
Measure and translate functions should have been included a long time ago. I am glad these have been included with this version.Now I can stop using 3rd party viewers and switch to TrueView again.

Aditya,

Your right but, better late than never. ;-)
I hope it meets your expectations.

Regards,
Shaan

Would be good to include Mac OS and the popular Linux platforms.
Cheers
Mike Lampton

I have recently downloaded true view 2009, the distance tool is working fine giving me correct measurements but I can’t seem the plot the correct areas by snapping to corner points!!

Any help would be much appreciated

Regards,
Paul

Paul,

Without seeing your drawing and plot settings it is difficult to know what could be the problem or what you expected versus what was plotted. TrueView uses the exact same plotting engine as full AutoCAD. Perhaps your scale is set improperly or your plot device is setup in a way that is causing the plot to not look like you expected. I would suggest looking at an online tutorial or a book on plotting with AutoCAD to make sure you have the process down first.

Best Regards,
Shaan.

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