Microspot DWG Viewer is an easy to use app for viewing your AutoCAD DWG and DXF files from your PC on the Mac. Open your DWG and DXF files with ease and without file size restrictions, then annotate them with your own comments. In addition you’ll be able to save your annotated DWG files as an flattened scaleable PDF file.
Our main focus is to provide a fast and easy to use solution to opening your DWG files. We understand that not everyone knows what scales and units are, especially when working with complex drawings. With this in mind, we’ve designed a system that automatically opens your DWG files with the most relevant scale and units, which in turn will make viewing your files faster. In addition to this, we’ve also included the ability to define custom settings for your DWG file, giving you complete control.
Annotate and markup your drawings with our easy to use Ellipse tool, combined with the modern and powerful Type tool giving you all you need for marking up your DWG files with those important comments and notes. Take your annotations to the next level, by customizing the fonts and styles you use with the familiar system text attributes. Annotating your drawings has never been easier.
A new addition to the latest version of DWG Viewer is the measure tool. This allows you to click on a single point on the drawing and drag a measuring line out that tells you the length of the measurement as you drag. This is a great way to quickly and easily measure the key components of your drawing with ease.
Document tabs are a much faster and cleaner way of displaying multiple documents in DWG Viewer. This combined with the ability to open layouts and multiple documents, means you can swap between your files faster than ever before. Turn document tabs on through View > Show Tab Bar and then either drag a tab from another document or use Window > Merge All Windows.
DWG Viewer will display all the layers attached to the DWG file you are opening. You’ll have the ability to hide and show the layers giving you the confidence that your drawing is displaying how you would expect. In addition a separate annotation layer has been added so that it doesn’t interfere with the rest of the drawing components.
Updated on Oct 26 2020
Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later