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Export DXF

Boundaries (e.g. loads, excavations) can be exported from Settle3 to a DXF file (AutoCAD Drawing Exchange File), using the Export DXF option. This allows you to view a Settle3 model in AutoCAD or other CAD program.

To export boundaries to a DXF file:

  1. Select Export DXF from the Export sub-menu of the File menu.
  2. In the DXF Options dialog, select the entities you would like to export, using the checkboxes provided.
  3. Select the Export button, and you will see a Save As dialog. Type in a filename, or select an existing filename. Select OK and all entities you selected in the DXF Options dialog will be saved to a DXF file with the name you entered.

When you export boundaries to a dxf file, only the geometry is exported (i.e. x,y coordinates). All other information (e.g. load magnitude, staging information) is NOT exported.

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