CAD Forum - tips, tricks, discussion and utilities for AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit and other Autodesk products []
CZ | EN | DE
Login or
  Visitors: 4764

CAD tip CAD tip # 7258:

Question CAD 
 %  platform  category 
Q - question

Export of point- and curve coordinates to Excel.

A - answer You can export the coordinates of selected curves and point objects directly to the table sheet in the running Excel application. This functionality is included in the CADstudio Xls2Curve utility - the complementary command Curve2Xls.

This command exports XY or XYZ coordinates of selected objects in your DWG drawing to the table at the currently selected cell. You can choose between global (world) and local UCS coordinate values. The export format is compatible with the Xls2Curve import function.

See the example of curve export (see the sample XLS file):

Original spline curve in AutoCAD

Exported list of X-Y coordinates in  Excel

You can download the Xls2Curve utility from The activation of this trial version (limited to 10 points) can be done with the CADSTUDIOREG (XANADUREG) command.

See also the Click2XLS and Click2OO utility.

100% *  CAD 
12.3.2010    21146×  

See also:
Tip 12926:How to import point coordinates from Excel to AutoCAD?
Tip 9743:How to use XY coordinates from Excel as polyline vertices in AutoCAD?
Tip 8030:Click2XLS - click points to export from AutoCAD to Excel.
Tip 7465:How to import XYZ coordinates as DWG points with elevation labels?
Tip 6692:Simply create points or polyline from coordinates in Excel.

Back   All CAD Tips

Have we helped you? If you want to support the CAD Forum web service, consider buying one of our CAD applications, or our custom software development offerings, or donating via PayPal (see above). You may also add a link to your web - like this "fan" link: CAD Forum - tips, utilities, blocks for Autodesk products
CAD:    OS:    Categ: 
Text:  FAQ glossary   

Use Google Earth images in your AutoCAD projects with the Plex.Earth Tools More info

Please use these tips at your own risk.
CAD Studio is not responsible for possible problems that may occur as a result of using any of these tips.