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If you’ve made minor changes to your drawing and saved as different copies, few days later, you may have a hard time to recall what the changes you’ve made. AutoDWG compare helps you compare 2 revisions of your drawings and list every change clearly. Also you may use this feature for the collaboration and check out changes made by your team members...
Just like we need to search a word in any document, to search texts in a DWG, DXF or DWF drawing is much easier with DWGSee. No matter it is in text, text node, title block, vertical or angled texts with pointer, DWGSee will help you locate it and highlight it in the center of the screen, and all found texts will be listed in the right side pane, you may select “cases sensitive” “match whole word” to narrow finding results. Or search part of the word for wilder researches...
Do you sometimes want to know how many widget blocks in your drawing? The DWGSee “Counting Items” feature allows you to mark the entities or blocks by checks, and counting number of the checks you’ve made. When symbols or attributed blocks uses in your drawing, this program can automatically search and check every of them, just in one click. The blocks do not have to have attribute definitions. Nested blocks and xref'd blocks are all supported...
Raster images make for large file sizes or fuzzy printouts so that to inset a vector image into a word document is a good choice. DWGSee offers such sweet function for you. Creating WMF/EMF figures for Microsoft Office suites, you can just copy and paste any part of your DWG, DXF or DWF drawing to a Word document and make it scalable still...

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