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  1. Does anybody know how to convert a surfer file to a .pdf file so that I could save a surfer file to a .pdf file and email it to someone? Keep in mind that I don't want who ever receives my email to be able to protect it, and I hope by doing this it will be protected. Thanks!
  2. Hi TomB, Thanks for the help altough I am stuck with getting started. How would I go about creating an ASCII file in a BLN format? Thank you. SafeMan - One way to make a cross-section in Surfer 8 is to grid the data to a GRD file, create an ASCII file in BLN format to define the trace of the cross-secition, and choose Grid | Slice to output an ASCII DAT file with the profile information. The DAT file has a row for each point where the trace of the cross-section crosses a grid line in the GRD file. There are five columns: column A: X coordinate. column B: Y coordinate. column C: Z co
  3. Hi Tom B, Thanks for the help. I made sure my Auto Cad document only had XY data and not XYZ data, and it did. When I clicked on "Map" then "Base Map..." and selected the .dxf file I wanted to import, after selecting this file it plotted on my map as a very small image (see attachment). How would I adjust the image I want to import into AutoCad so that it would fill more of the plot document? It is so small that I barely see it (see the bottom left of the base map near 0 on the x axis). Is this problem becasue of something of how I saved it from AutoCad? Does it have to do with the image s
  4. Does anybody know how to make, or go about starting to make, a cross section in Surfer 8.0?
  5. How would you go about importing a .dxf AutoCad2004 file into Surfer 8.0? My primary reason for doing this is to make groundwater elevation contours in Surfer off an Auto Cad Drawing. Also, is it necessary to digitize all monitoring wells, once my map is imported into Surfer, so that I could begin assigning data to each well to make contours? Thanks in advance to anyone and everyone who can help with this.
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