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PDF to DWG Converter

by AutoDWG Converter

Platform(s): Win
License: Shareware

Application type: Desktop
Editing & Management
Creation & Conversion


AutoDWG PDF to DWG Converter Stand-Alone version, the application allows you to convert PDF files to DWG or DXF files in one easy step, AutoCAD not requested.

It supports all versions of PDF files and outputs AutoCAD drawings from versions 2.5 to 2009. AutoDWG PDF to DWG Converter Stand-Alone is able to convert the vector content of PDF files and also if the PDF is a raster/scanned copy, you can choose to convert it to editable vector lines in a DWG, or preserve the original image as raster image reference in the drawing.


  1. Accepts single page and multipage PDF input, convert PDF files into native dwg or dxf files.
  2. Accurately convert PDF to DWG and retain original PDF lines and arcs, texts.
  3. Quick and easy to use, it only takes few seconds or minutes to convert a PDF into DWG or Convert PDF to DXF.
  4. Extract embedded raster images from PDF files, let users choose to convert the raster image into editable lines or image reference in converted drawings, the vectorizing result depends on the image quality.
  5. The "Pro" version supports batch conversion, and no additional charge, now contact sales to upgrade your software to Pro freely.

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