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Importing and Exploding PDFs

Often times a PDF is the only file type available for certain content. Fortunately ArchiCAD allows you to import and convert the vector information into usable elements. Please follow the steps below to import and explode PDFs in ArchiCAD. Importing ...

PDF Tips & Tricks

There are many ways to make use of vectorial PDFs in ARCHICAD. Below You can read about are the most commonly used features and tricks. Saving PDFs from ARCHICAD You have two options to save PDF from ARCHICAD: Publish You can also publish PDF documen...

dkovacs by Graphisoft
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Damaged or Incomplete PDFs Published to Server

Publishing PDFs from Mac OS X to a server may result in damaged or incomplete files Affected version: 18, 19 and 20 | Severity: workaround applicable | ID: 210554 Issue When you view these PDFs you see one or all of these: The PDF viewing application...

PDF - Troubleshooting Guide

PostScript fonts are not displayed Affected version: 18| Severity: workaround applicable | ID: 177770 Note: This issue was fixed in ARCHICAD 19 release version. Issue PostScript Fonts are not displayed in PDFs, that are published from ARCHICAD 18 on ...

gkmethy by Graphisoft
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Fonts/Characters - Troubleshooting Guide

Postscript Fonts are not displayed in PDF For this issue, please see the PDF Troubleshooting Guide Special Characters on Mac Affected version: 16 | Severity: workaround applicable | ID: 158311 NOTE: This issue was fixed in ARCHICAD 17 release version...

U3D - How to embed navigable 3D models in PDF documents

U3D (“Universal 3D”) is a file format for 3D data. It is a standardized three-dimensional data format with the purpose of facilitating 3D data exchange among programs of various kinds. Adobe Acrobat supports this format from version 7.0, so within a ...

gkmethy by Graphisoft
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PDF file size and Fill choice

Files saved from ARCHICAD in 2D formats (PDF, DWG, DWF...) can be unusually large because of fill and line types used in the drawing. "symbol" type fills and "symbol" type lines explode in DWG and PDF - one line in archicad can break up to thousands ...

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