Tag: Microsoft

Dec 11 2006

Microsoft Vista support for Autodesk DWF format (2)

I wrote 10 days ago on this topic, and Ralph Grabowski has also been watching developments. In his latest article on the topic, About DWFx, he talks about the limitations, and links to an article, Does Vista really open DWFs?, on another interesting blog, Owen Wengerd’s Outside the Box (Owen’s lates post concerns The secret world …

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Dec 01 2006

Bentley ProjectWise StartPoint extends SharePoint functionality

In May and October, I noted developments relating to Bentley’s entry-level collaboration system, ProjectWise StartPoint. The latest release from Bentley (see AECcafe.com), says that StartPoint will now connect to and extend new capabilities in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Tweet

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Dec 01 2006

Microsoft Vista support for Autodesk DWF format

  Autodesk has announced a collaboration with Microsoft to integrate DWF technology with the Windows Vista operating system (released to business customers today – see BBC news story). Vista users will be able to view and manage DWFs without additional downloads of plug-ins or special viewing software. Viewers are a feature of all construction collaboration technologies, or …

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Nov 20 2006

Cimmetry AutoVue for SharePoint 2003

Not everyone needs the full-blown collaborative capacity of a construction collaboration platform (aka ‘extranet’) to share and collaborate upon design drawings. Particularly when working within organisations, teams can share drawings using a simple Microsoft SharePoint solution, and Cimmetry has just released a version of its AutoVue viewer product for just such an environment. Read the …

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