How to convert data points to a DXF file quickly.
If the list of data points is in a text file you can simply drag the file into the main window. If it the list is in Excel or Access for example you simply do a copy and paste from Excel (or Access to the main window.
Here is a simple image to which shows how this works:
Of course you will have to twiddle the format, but that is easy enough with direct visual feedback on the columns of data created:
Once you have the data in the program you can "join the dots", zoom and pan around it, and then save it as a DXF file. DXF files can be read by all popular CAD programs.
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