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How to convert a .PLT file back to .DWG?

A - answer You can never perform a 100% reconstruction of a plot file (.PLT,.PRN) back to a CAD drawing - the PLT files do not contain full information about the individual original entities.

For visual information you can use one of the view/conversion utilities. E.g. if your PLT file is in the HPGL/2 format you can use HPGL2DXF, UNPLOT, SPLOT or other CAD utility.
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21.1.2004    73169x  
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See also:
Tip 6254:How to convert an AutoCAD DWG to CorelDRAW CDR file?
Tip 3543:How to convert a .DWG file to the .PLT format?
Tip 117:What applications can create DWF files?

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