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Translating text in AutoCAD drawings

The excellent Translator’s Tools blog  contains a post on TranslateCAD, a utility that can be used to translate files saved in the AutoCAD format. We receive files in this format only occasionally, but I will definitely go back to that post the next time we receive this type of request.

via Translator’s Tools | Translating text in AutoCAD® drawings

3 comments to Translating text in AutoCAD drawings

  • Alex

    Great! Exactly what I was looking for.
    Translating one AutoCAD drawing is one thing, but when the client ask for 50 drawings with tables, annotations, list of materials, etc. it becomes a huge problem. I have tried the software and it works as it should, even with Unicode-based languages.
    Thank you for the tip!

  • Roberto Savelli

    Hi Alex,
    I’m glad this utility was useful to you. Thanks again to the Translator’s Tools blog for suggesting this program.

  • Recommended to use this software – dwgtranslator, faster and better translate your texts in cad drawings.

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