- How to download DWG TrueView. Download DWG TrueView from the following location: DWG TrueView Download. For product installation process, use the following resource: General installation workflow for Autodesk Products. If the download fails, try using a different browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) to verify if the link is working. Alternatively, perform a clean installation.
- Get a free DWG viewer to view, open, edit and convert.dwg files, the native file format for AutoCAD files. DWG Trueview includes DWG TrueConvert.
- Free DWG TrueView can be downloaded from the AutoDesk website. DWG TrueView is available for both 32 bit as well as 64 bit machines, so choose the right one for downloading. The latest available DWG viewer version is DWG TrueView 2010. How to view drawings of AutoCAD in DWG TrueView? Launch DWG TrueView 2010.
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TRUEVIEW is a viewer and converter, it's not a free CAD software from Autodesk to work on your files. To use the converter (assuming you have the current version of the viewer), see attached screenshot. Free DWG TrueView can be downloaded from the AutoDesk website. DWG TrueView is available for both 32 bit as well as 64 bit machines, so choose the right one for downloading. The latest available DWG viewer version is DWG TrueView 2010. How to view drawings of AutoCAD in DWG TrueView? Launch DWG TrueView 2010.
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The application menu (ribbon in version 2009) offers only a couple of commands like OPEN, DIST, AREA, PLOT, PUBLISH, PAGESETUP, DWGPROPS, ZOOM, PAN, VIEW, 3DORBIT, ABOUT or DWGCONVERT and VIEWERPREFERENCES. And although there is a commandline in DWGTrueView, it seems to be only for prompts and it is not possible to enter (type in) commands like in normal AutoCAD.
But! Despite of this, you can use an undocumented operation and paste texts (commands) to the commandline via standard keyboard shortcut for clipboard paste: Ctrl+V (press ESC to return to the 'command prompt' mode). So you can type a command e.g. in Notepad and paste it to DWGTrueView (mouse cursor on the commandline). Be tech helphome. This opens new possibilities to enter other AutoCAD commands and set AutoCAD system variables in DWGTrueView.
You can e.g. 'learn' DWGTrueView to know commands like GRID, PLOTTERMANAGER, REGEN, REDRAW, REDRAWALL, 3DCONFIG, STYLESMANAGER, VIEWGO and VIEWPLAY, XREF and IMAGE (external references palette) or even the commandline versions -XREF and -IMAGE which can really attach external files. Plus you can use (paste) the SETVAR command to list and set a couple of system variables. You can e.g. enable the old pulldown menus (MENUBAR) or set an alternate font (FONTALT).
Here is the list of variables available in DWGTrueView 2009: