before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I need to import a PDF file into my autocad drawing and make some modification to it. After i make the modifications, i would like to save it back in a pdf file. I am currently using autodesk map 2006 and i also have raster design 2006. Can someone direct me in accomplishing my goal. Problem: You can import the file but to modify it, that’s not possible. The pdf is imported as a raster image. You can mark the changes and save it back to a pdf with you’re mark-ups. I have the pdf file saved on my desktop, when i dragged the file into autocad, it showed the icon but not the information of the file. I know the pdf is created for at least version 6.0 and it has just one page. If there are more pages in the pdf, it won't work. If you have map installed you could try to import the image in that way. I dont know know if it works with a pdf file or not. But bringing the image in through the map software allows you to bring in images based on a coordinate system, also too you can bring the image in in inches or feet, and also asign a scale to the image prior to inserting it into CAD. I hope that this helps. I need to import a PDF file into my autocad drawing and make some modification to it. After i make the modifications, i would like to save it back in a pdf file. I am currently using autodesk map 2006 and i also have raster design 2006. Can someone direct me in accomplishing my goal. I usually open cad make the change and replot with pdf writer to make a new pdf. I did bring a pdf into cad, but it was like a file. If you clicked on it, it open Acrobat Reader 5.0. no help to me. We usually send pdf's to the client so they can't be changed. PDF's are easily converted to vector drawings as noted by the many methods available in my post. Scanning to PDF is a little more secure, about the same as sending a paper drawing. Source.


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