Converting a Chief Architect plan file into a two-dimensional AutoCAD compatible .dxf or .dwg file is easy to do using the Export Tools.
Capture your Room Planner design email the image and then use Chief Architect to import the image so you can trace over it and create a full plan file.
If you need to import information from an excel spreadsheet, you can easily do this into your Chief Architect Plan file.
When you are going through the Import Drawing Wizard the second to last page of the wizard gives you the option to Move drawing to the origin.
Saving your plans as 3 dimensional symbols allows you to place multiple buildings in a single plan to create a 3D view of an entire neighborhood or subdivision.
If you have a .dxf or .dwg drawing that was not drawn at 1:1, it needs to be imported using a custom unit of measurement that converts it to a 1:1 drawing.
There isn't a way to convert a digital image into a 3D model in Chief Architect; however, you can use an image of a floor plan as a template to trace over.
Missing data from .dwg or .dxf imports can be a result of version compatibility, paper space, x referencing or unsupported formats.
It is not possible to use .shx fonts in Chief Architect, these fonts are used exclusively by AutoCAD. Chief Architect can make use of .TTF fonts, and .FON fonts.