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Graphics formats supported in Autodesk Design Review 2011.

A - answer The free view/measure/print/markup application for CAD data - Autodesk Design Review - supports not only DWF/DWFx files (2D and 3D) but also many other CAD and raster image formats.

The enhanced Open dialog now offers a list of directly supported extensions (file types). Design Review supports the files: DWG, DXF, PDF, BMP, CAL, CALS, CG4, FLC, FLI, GIF, GP4, JPG, JPEG, JPE, JFIF, MIL, PCX, PCT, PICT, PNG, RLC, RST, TGA, TIF, TIFF. So you can use it as a free viewer for these data formats.

For support of DWG and DXF files you need to install the Autodesk DWG TrueView software.

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applies to: DWF/Design Review · DWG ·

See also:
Tip 11359:An updated Autodesk Design Review for Windows 10.
Tip 10258:Digital signature of CAD files in the DWFx format.
Tip 9180:CAD file formats supported in Autodesk Navisworks 2014.
Tip 9066:Table embedded into an Inventor drawing is not visible in DWF.
Tip 9030:Precise loading of PDF files into Autodesk Design Review (and PDF-to-DWF)

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