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Placing or Converting Autocad Drawings into Illustrator Format.

Placing or Converting Autocad Drawings into Illustrator Format.

Placing or Converting Autocad Drawings into Illustrator Format.

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When I try to place or convert autocad drawing into illustrator the result is blurry. I have tried to increase the dpi but that does not seem to work. Is this a solvable problem?

RE: Placing or Converting Autocad Drawings into Illustrator Format.

An AutoCAD drawing is vector-based.  There should be no blurriness (maybe there is an OLE problem here).  I have never placed a DWG file in Illustrator before.  I always open a DWG file directly into IL.  Try FILE>OPEN to get the DWG file into Illustrator - - then copy and paste into the document you are trying to place it into.

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