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Iksus wrote at 2007-06-17 09:57:27
Open your file in AutoCAD200 or CADopia then use File > Recover and save.


Majid wrote at 2008-03-25 07:23:12
Save the drawing as DXF and than open it and save it as DWG.





If you have a lot off drawings with this problm it is possible to ask Autodesk an Cleaning programm which will clean it in batch.


H.MIKAEILI wrote at 2008-10-29 23:45:05
Heyy Bob,



As i read your answer to this guy,instead of speaking foolishly like it's and architect fault for this kind of situations...you better work enough on your knowledge rather answering..



here is my answer :





Educational plotstamp are intended to prevent companies who can afford to buy supported software from cheating.



Borrowed blocks transmit the plotstamp innocently from drawing to drawing.



If you have a commercial license (not educational)you are warned that it is an educational version.

1. Open the file.

2. Save as 2000 DXF (don't change name).

3. Close the file (important).

4. Select NO when asked to save as 200X DRAWING.

5. Open the DXF (plotstamp's gone).

6. Saveas, automatically switches to a drawing and overwrites the plotstamped drawing.


Jeff wrote at 2009-04-05 17:39:49
Do this and the banner will be removed:



1. Open the affected drawing

2. Type dxfout in the command prompt

3. Save the dxf in the location you can easily access

4. Now, type dxfin in the command prompt

5. Browse the file you save in step 3

6. Save the file as dwg  


Spyderxgirl wrote at 2009-05-19 15:11:46
What should he do then to remove the plot stamp “Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product“?

Follow this steps:

1.   Open the affected drawing

2.   Type dxfout in the command prompt

3.   Save the dxf in the location you can easily access

4.   Now, type dxfin in the command prompt

5.   Browse the file you save in step 3

6.   Save the file as dwg

The Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product should be removed upon completion of the steps above.  If the educational product plot stamp still appears, check the xref file and apply the steps I’ve mentioned above.




dave wrote at 2009-07-01 13:25:33
  1. Open the affected drawing

  2. Type dxfout in the command prompt

  3. Save the dxf in the location you can easily access

  4. Now, type dxfin in the command prompt

  5. Browse the file you save in step 3

  6. Save the file as dwg




TetsuoShima wrote at 2009-10-27 15:04:43
Follow this steps:



Open the affected drawing

Type dxfout in the command prompt

Save the dxf in the location you can easily access

Now, type dxfin in the command prompt

Browse the file you save in step 3

Save the file as dwg

The Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product should be removed upon completion of the steps above.  If the educational product plot stamp still appears, check the xref file and apply the steps I’ve mentioned above.  


ARGHYA wrote at 2011-07-19 09:13:55
How to remove the plot stamp “Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product“?



Follow this steps:

1.   Open the affected drawing

2.   Type dxfout in the command prompt

3.   Save the dxf in the location you can easily access

4.   Now, type dxfin in the command prompt

5.   Browse the file you save in step 3

6.   Save the file as dwg

The Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product should be removed upon completion of the steps above. 



If the educational product plot stamp still appears, check the xref file and apply the steps I’ve mentioned above.


Ahmed_ismail wrote at 2012-03-04 10:21:56
heey  H.MIKAEILI



thanks so much , it works perfect

Thanks bro


snooker wrote at 2012-06-19 11:20:14
check this

http://www.vizrut.com/how-remove-produced-autodesk-educational-product-plot-stam


yahya a. wrote at 2012-08-29 11:57:26
to H.MIKAEILI

many thanks dear you're the best my friend


jonatz wrote at 2013-01-22 06:28:48
before you do the above procedure mentioned by other experts, make sure there is no error on your drawing or else you will receive an error message during the operation. use "audit" command then "y" for yes to fix errors on the dwg file. proceed with the above procedure dxfout-dxfin.


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