This is my first post to this forum. I am hoping to get the answer through this forum. We have interleaf files as source to convert old illustrations. Some of these old illustrations are in vector form, which I would like to reuse. I found this PDF (see attached) from "www.itedo.com" I would like to hear more on this tool that can be used to extract Graphics from an interleaf file. I am a licenced user of IsoDraw 7.0. Ravi -
Ravi, I have had to export graphics from Interleaf into Isodraw too. I have not used this tool, but found that saving the Graphic as Interleaf Ascii then using the Export document to CGM (Inso) filter works well for vector graphics. Then I can open the CGM file in Isodraw. This works well with a few at a time, but If you have a ton, let me know if the Interleaf extraction tool works for you.
Greg, Thanks for the reply. Presently I am also using the same technique as you have suggested, but it requires exporting each illustration seperately from interleaf, which consumes lots of time. Moreover interleaf exports only the first figure in the file. Let me know if you know any better method of exporting all illustrations at once. I will certainly post answer to this, if I find the solution through any other source. Thanks.