A published electronic drawing set can be viewed and plotted with Autodeskâ„¢ DWFâ„¢ Viewer.
A published drawing set is the digital equivalent of paper plots created from your original drawings. The drawing set, which is saved as a Design Web Formatâ„¢ (DWFâ„¢ ) file, can be viewed or plotted by anyone using Autodesk DWF Viewer. With Autodesk DWF Viewer, you can open, view, and print all DWF file formats and other raster format images. You can pan, zoom, and view individual drawing sheets and viewports. You can also view layer information, sheet and sheet set properties, block information and attributes, and custom properties, if they are included in the DWF file. As you move your cursor across DWF geometry in the viewer, objects with associated data are displayed with a red highlighting effect.
Recipients of drawing sets in DWF format don't have to own or know the program. From anywhere in the world, they can view and print high-quality layouts using Autodesk DWF Viewer.
AutodeskDWF Viewer runs as a stand-alone application or embedded in any application that supports ActiveX controls, such as Microsoft. Internet Explorer.
For product information and a download link for the Autodesk DWF Viewer, refer to the Products page on the Autodesk website.
For more information about using Autodesk DWF Viewer, see Help in Autodesk DWF Viewer.