Thought this would be the best place to post this as the newer planning grads may have the best handle on the techie stuff.
Our department wants to move towards all digital mapping being in Arcview 3.2. Much of our existing cadastral mapping was created in Autodesk Autocad 2000i.
Before you ask, yes, I know Acrview 8 is now available, but we just got 3.2 and probably won't have the funds for the upgrade for a while.
Is anyone out there in the same boat? Does anyone know of a good ArcView plug-in that can be used to simplify the translation of existing autocad mapping into .SHP files (that retain all the multiple layer functionality of the original autocad .dwg)
Does anyone know of a good Acrview plug-in that affords the user moderate to high end drawing capabilities as would normally bre found in Autocad.
Any adice, assistance or www leads on the subject would be greatly apprecieated.