The Free DWG Viewer Helps In Viewing DWG AutoCAD Files Effectively
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Two And Three Dimensional Design Data Can Be Viewed With The Free DWG Viewer
Reviewers add that this is a light-weight tool but at the same time, it is very powerful. It contains a number of features and so, it ranks among the top products in the Internet database. Reviewers particularly point out at the snap-to-geometry function of this app because this feature helps users have accurate results. The clean interface of the Free DWG Viewer and the simple manner in which its functions have been laid out make the app highly popular among its users. If viewers want, they can change the background color of the images, zoom in and zoom them out, pan them and check their attributes. For accomplishing all these tasks, users have to make just a few clicks, say the reviewers.
Reviewers of the Free DWG Viewer further say that whatever may be the format in which users view their images, they can be certain about their quality. The app works on any device that runs on Windows OS whatever may be the version of the Operating System and therefore, reviewers say that this app is very flexible.
Since it is a simple app, both novices and professionals can use this tool easily. Even the options like the advanced settings of this app can be used by everyone without any hassles. If users have any issues, they can make use of the ‘Help file’ on the the Free DWG Viewer, say the reviewers. Users can accomplish all the functions including opening the files, changing the settings, fitting the images to full display, etc. within a few seconds. The file size of the software is very small and so, it does not occupy a large disk space also, assert the reviewers.
About The Free DWG Viewer
The Free DWG Viewer helps in viewing DWG AutoCAD files effectively. Especially, in fields in which two and three dimensional design data have to be extensively viewed, DWG is the format used and so, the Free DWG Viewer can be useful in those fields.
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