I want to know how to import points from QGIS into AutoCAD. My points have certain coordinates for X and Y and when importing them into AutoCAD they should have the same coordinates as in QGIS.
Is there any easy and fast way to do this?
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you also can use the OSgeo4W Shell:
Navigate to your folder where your shapefile is located
use this comand:
ogr2ogr -f DXF output.dxf input.shp
ignore the warnings you will get
you can also add a height field with the zfield argument like this:
ogr2ogr -f DXF output.dxf input.shp -zfield hight
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