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  • Carlo
    Reply to Imported Spreadsheet rounding off numbers
    Carlo
    Place the excel File and make sure to check the option "show import options".

    In the menu that you get you can choose how many decimals you want to include.

    The feature...
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    Reply to Imported Spreadsheet rounding off numbers
    JB
    I just tried it. That the issue still remains. Any other ideas?
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    JB
    Thanks so much.
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    Thanks. All good points. I agree that I could take a good bit of the bottom two columns out.

    No need to apologize for any of that. Didn't think it was the least bit harsh.
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    Thanks for your comments. I really appreciate them.

    I had been thinking that it could use a good bit of editing.

    I can't stand over designed resumes. I guess what I'll have...
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  • can i view DXF file


    hi all,
    im designing a website for autocad servieces company,my client want toshow.dwg or .dxf files inbrowser (IE,NN).

    please suggest me is there any plug-ins or scripts can show those files in browser.

    --- ugi.

  • #2
    You can't do that. You will have to save it in a Web-friendly format, such as JPG, GIF, PNG, SWF, or PDF.



    Quick! There is time to waste, hurry up and wait!
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    • #3
      Have the client export the dxf as a jpg or pdf.

      Then save to one of the formats Ryan suggests.

      PrintDriver is a large format digital print dude. His advice/opinions may not apply to the 4color/offset/web world of printing

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