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JJ,

I have an .EPS file that converts an entire drawing into Photoshop workable
file and then can be saved as a jpeg.  It's much more clear and defined than
a conventional copy - paste method.  Please email me if you would like the
file and instructions on how to use it, if the copy paste method works than
that?s just as well.

JEFFREY SCHMITT
Perkins Eastman Architects PC
1100 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA   15222
J-Schmitt(--nospam--at)peapc.com
(412) 456-0900 ext. 450
(412) 456-0906 (fax)


From: "Antonio C Laranjeiras" <antolara(--nospam--at)cpunet.com.br>
Reply-To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Subject: Re: DWGs IN POWERPOINT
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 20:08:16 -0300

Hi JJ

To convert DWGs to JPGs I proceed as follows:
1) Open DWG in Acad 2000 version (dont forget to select proper display
color);
2) Copy selected objects;
3) Open Paint;
4) Paste on Paint;
5) Save as JPG.

Hope it helps.

ACR




JEFFREY M SCHMITT


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