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Old July 31st, 2004, 01:51 AM
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2D Autocad presentation using photoshop

1. How do I import 2d autocad drawing to photshop?
After that how do I add in patterns such as wood strips, marble tiles etc onto the 2d plan ?

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You can save the AutoCAD drawing as PDF file, then import into photoshop.

For ZWCAD, you can use PDF plotter to export the drawing into pdf file with high resolution.

ZWCAD is a powerful AutoCAD Alternative for 2D 3D CAD software with DWG format. Nearly all functionality at 1/5th the price!

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Old February 18th, 2011, 09:19 PM
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The render fountion is really better than AutoCAD.

If your drawing is a 3D model, you can get a photorealize JPEG image from render funtcion.

1. Open a 3D drawing, and then enter the Render command. Notice the rendered image. (If you were to click the mouse now, the image would disappear.)
2. Entering the RPref command to display the Render Settings dialog.
3. Choose Save Last Image.
4. In the save file dialog box, enter a file name and path, and then choose a file format: JPEG, BMP, TIFF, Targa, or PNG.
5. Click Save.

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