View and print all AutoCAD DXF and DWG versions 2.5 to 2019 (DWF versions 4.2, 5.5, 6.0).
Anyone can use it.
You can save all DXF / DWF files to PDF.
Browser style Forward/Back buttons allow multiple (up to 1000) drawings to be loaded simultaneously.
CAD Viewer is a quick and accurate DWF and DXF viewer.
So easy to open and view DWF file and DXF file
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Open a Drawing file by locating the file using the usual Windows Browse dialog.
Files can be opened on your local hard drive, floppy diskette, CD, or local network.
Files accessed via the Internet will be loaded automatically by your web browser (as long as the software has been configured for the respective file type.)
Tip: Multiple Files Selection via File Open
You can load multiple files in one go by highlighting all the files you want to view and then clicking 'Open'.
To select a range of files:
Click on the first file, press the 'Shift' key and click the end file of the range.
To select or unselect individual files:
Hold down the 'Control' (Ctrl) key while clicking on the file. Click the below button to view details of our DXF/ DWF Viewer.
CAD Viewer 2019 supports DXF external reference entities, known as Xrefs. An Xref is a drawing external to the current drawing which is referred to or is inserted into the current drawing.
An Xref will always be a reference to an external .DWG file.
It may have a fully specified path, for example 'D:\TITLEBLOCKS\A1.DWG', or there may be no path, for example 'A1.DWG'.
The software searches for Xrefs in the following order:
- the fully specified path
- the same folder as the parent DXF file
- the list of Search Paths as specified in the CAD Viewer DXFXREFS.INI file.
If not found in any of the above locations the software asks if you want to ignore the Xref or locate it using File Browse. If you locate the Xref using Browse then you will further be asked if you want to add the folder in which the Xref was located, to the software's Xrefs Search Paths list. The Xrefs Search Paths list is stored in the DXFXREFS.INI file in the [SearchPaths] Section.
Xrefs are typically Title Blocks or drawing objects whose specification is fairly static. For this reason the software gives the option to cache these drawings for faster access. After a time there may be a build up of the cached Xrefs. If you want to clean out the Xrefs folder click the 'Clear Xrefs Cache' in the Preferences dialog.