How to Import PDF to AutoCAD?
Question: I need to import PDF file into AutoCAD drawing and make some modification to it. After I make the modifications, I would like to save it back in a PDF file. Can someone direct me in accomplishing my goal?
Answer: To import PDF to AutoCAD, you need to convert PDF to AutoCAD DWG or DXF format. The tool needed is PDF to AutoCAD Converter.
Download and install PDF to CAD Converter. Then follow the guide below for importing PDF to AutoCAD step by step.
Tutorial: How to Import PDF to AutoCAD Step by Step?
Here is the AutoCAD Add-in Version Guide. For Stand-alone Version, please see How to Convert PDF to DWG.
Step 1: Launch AutoCAD, type PDFIN in AutoCAD Command line to import PDF to AutoCAD.
Step 2: If everything is OK, you will see a dialog, press "Continue" button to continue.
Step 3: Select a PDF file to import.
Choose the output File version and File Type. The output file name and path will be automatically generated, you can also manually choose the file location and file name.
Step 4: Finally, click "Convert" button to begin to import PDF to AutoCAD fast.
Done! Now you can import PDF to AutoCAD easily and use the new AutoCAD files! If you think the software is useful, share it with more guys who need to import PDF to AutoCAD!
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