A PDF file is commonly used to send data over the internet and via e-mail as it locks in the formatting of the file. PDFs originate from a wide variety of different files, ranging from word documents to images and even personally-designed content. However, a PDF is not easy to edit, and if you are looking to import the data into an AutoCAD program you must convert the PDF into the default AutoCAD format of .dwg.
Open your internet browser, download and install the PDFIn PDF to DWG Converter (link provider in "Resources" section). Launch the downloaded software, then click "Add File." Choose the PDF file you want to convert, then select a location to save the file to. Click "Convert" and the PDF file automatically converts over to the DWG file format.
Download and install the PDF to DWG Converter from AnyDWG.com (link provided in "Resources"). Launch the software and click "Add PDF File." Choose the file, click "OK" and it loads into the middle display window. Choose an output location from the "Output Folder" option. Click "Convert" and the PDF file converts to the AutoCAD DWG file format.
Open your internet browser, download and installation the PDF to DWG Converter located on the UltraPDFConverter website (link in "Resources"). Launch the software, then choose the PDF file you want to convert. Choose an output location and click "Convert." The document file will convert to the DWG format.