How to Convert PDF to DWG That Can Be Edited in AutoCAD?

Have you ever got the experience of finding a way to modify the PDF files that are derived from DWG files or contain AutoCAD drawings inside? What you need is just a professional PDF to DWG Converter. And then you can easily convert the PDF into reusable DWG and directly edit it in AutoCAD.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to simply convert PDF to re-editable DWG.

Required Software: Sothink PDF to DWG Converter

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Estimated Time: 3 Minutes

At first, please see the intuitive interface of the PDF to DWG Converter:


Step 1: Select PDF File(s)

Click the “Add File” or “Add Folder” button to select the PDF file(s) that you want to convert. You can convert one or more single-page or multi-page PDF files to DWG at a time.

Step 2: Set Output Folder

Click the “Browse…” button to specify a folder to save the output DWG files.

Step 3: One-click Conversion

After choosing the PDF files that you want to convert and setting the output folder, you just need to click the “Convert” button, and then the selected PDF files will be fast converted to high-quality DWG.

See video tutorial of converting PDF to DWG >>

Now you have successfully converted the PDF files into reusable DWG, so you can open the DWG in your native AutoCAD and directly edit it as you like.

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One thought on “How to Convert PDF to DWG That Can Be Edited in AutoCAD?

  1. Thank you for sharing it. But asked what version to use with Autocad. I now use the 2007 version to help me.