I’m using Acad 2000i and i’m desperately trying to export my dwg as an vector graphics image. Of course i can use export>,jpeg but it doesn’t give me the quality I need…So far I’ve been using PaintShop to make screen captures of my dwg in order to convert my dwg to a file format I can use in Photoshop 6.0. But then I lose all the line width…who can help? Or is there really no other option but to plot my drawing and then scan the print in order to get digital vector graphic (with the right line widths) of my dwg???? there should be an option to plot to a eps,as well as Mr T reply to export out as an eps. or you could export it out as a wmf. I imported some time ago the geometry from AutoCAD in Corel using the clippboard. Select the AutoCAD objects and press CTRL+C, switch to Corel and press CTRL+V. Line typ, width and color are preserved. Source.