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Importing CSV file into an AutoCAD table.

A - answer With the utility CADstudio Csv2Table you can import a file (table) in the CSV format (comma-delimited values, values separated by commas or semicolons) to a Table type object in your AutoCAD DWG drawing.

Download the free application CSV2TABLE from, load it with APPLOAD and run the CSV2TABLE command. Select the CSV file, specify the insertion point (top left) of the table and the text size. The application creates a new table style and loads the specified data. You can use it to import table information from various sources.

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16.11.2011    9810×  
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See also:
Tip 11581:How to compare changes between two versions of a Revit BIM project?
Tip 10799:Exporting tables from AutoCAD Civil 3D to Excel.
Tip 9930:Editing history of Revit RVT files.
Tip 9855:Overview of postprocessors available in the CAM software Inventor HSM 2015.
Tip 6713:How to export AutoCAD tables to international CSV or TXT files?

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