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    Posted: 30.Jan.2023 at 12:45

I have a large PDF document (462 pages) that I would like to import into AutoCAD, but I only seem to be able to import one at a time. Is there a LISP file I could use to import them all? Or will I have to do each page individually? If it is possible is there a way to create individual drawings for each page? 
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. 

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Use a combination of the LISP utilities MPDFimport and PlotDWGarr. First import all the pages side-by-side with MPDFimport and then use the wbDWGarr command to export (write-block) the individual "tiles" with imported pages to individual drawings.

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