If you are looking for ABViewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what ABViewer is and point you to the official download.
What is ABViewer?
ABViewer is software published by Soft Gold Ltd. that provides the user with a document management program for viewing AutoCAD images, which are rendered in the following CAD formats: DWG, DXF and DWF. It is also capable of viewing Hewlett-Packard PLOT files in the following formats: HPGL (Hewlett-Packard Graphics Language), HGL (HP Graphics Language), HG, PRN and SPL.
Other supported formats include 2D SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), 2D vector and raster graphic files in CGM format (Computer Graphics Metafile), and 3DS (3DStudio), STL, IGES (Intel Graphics Exchange Specification), STEP (Standard for Exchange of Product), PSD (Adobe Photoshop), WMF, and EMF; plus other raster graphics formats: TIFF, GIF, BMP and JPG.
Apart from viewing these files, the user can also copy parts of the image files and paste these on the clipboard as BMP, WMF or EMF files. Editing is also enabled for CAD files (DWG and DXF), and PLT, SVG and CGM files.
Batch printing and conversion, loading of large black and white raster files, 3D viewing and editing, black and white rendering of colored CAD files (and vice versa), and file merging to a single file are also features of the software.
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File types supported by ABViewer
Our users primarily use ABViewer to open these file types:
About file types supported by ABViewer
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Last updated: : March 9, 2013