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How do I import an AutoCAD file (DWG or DXF) into Google Earth? I want to display parcel boundaries for a subdivision.

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How do I import an AutoCAD file (DWG or DXF) into Google Earth? I want to display parcel boundaries for a subdivision. marksmcc 2/4/11 9:34 AM
If I am unable to import the autocad files directly, what format should I convert the files into and what program should I use.  I have access to any old copy of ArcView 3.2 that can create shapefiles but I don't know if it can import DXF files.
Re: How do I import an AutoCAD file (DWG or DXF) into Google Earth? I want to display parcel boundaries for a subdivision. dimim 2/4/11 2:57 PM
Why can't you export the AutoCAD drawing into Google Earth? Have you tested the Plex.Earth Tools?
It's perfect for this job. Categorizes the exported elements in folders per layers, and it works with real coordinates systems even in classic AutoCAD - you don't need to have the Civil3D.

Check out here: http://www.plexscape.com
Re: How do I import an AutoCAD file (DWG or DXF) into Google Earth? I want to display parcel boundaries for a subdivision. Stefan vd 2/5/11 1:20 PM
Here on the official blog from autodesk
http://autodesk.blogs.com/between_the_lines/2007/05/publish_to_goog.html