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Loading Photoshop PSD images into AutoCAD.

A - answer AutoCAD 2012 and LT 2012 support also the PSD image file format, the format of raster images and photos from Adobe Photoshop. So you can use the standard IMAGEATTACH command to load (attach) Photoshop images into your DWG drawings. AutoCAD can also handle the layered PSD files.

You can try it with a sample World map PSD file available on - start the Image attach dialog and in the "File name" box, type or copy/paste:

AutoCAD should display a similar image:

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See also:
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Tip 11790:How to get a hi-res image of an Inventor assembly (for a brochure, billboard...)?

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