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Convert "view to cad" then you can export it.

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Not trying to make any kind of statement here,  I'm just legitimately curious...  

 

Why would a person want to export anything as DXF?  Is there a particular instance where it's the only option or a better option? 

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I want to import or export to and from my Prokitchen and its calling for dxf file only .  Still dont know how to do this ???!!!

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Go to File>Export Drawing. In that DBX, there is a button near the bottom that is labeled "Export..." Click that and DXF is one of the file types you can save as.

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