Do you need to create a high resolution image from your AutoCAD drawing? No, this is not about AutoCAD rendering. This is about how you can get high resolution image from your lines and arcs. It might be layouts, elevation views, etc. I had this question several times. You can just plot your model/layout.
Try to open your plot dialog box. You can see a plotter named PublishToWebJPG.pc3. Use it, you will get a JPG image with fair quality. Ready to be embedded to your Power Point for your presentation.
You can add more plotters for those file types. Open your control panel. You will see Autodesk Plotter Manager icon here. Double click to open it.
Basically this will only open another folder. This folder contains all plotters that can be used by AutoCAD. To add new plotter, double click Add-A-Plotter Wizard.
This will bring you to a wizard. Click next at the first page.
On the next page, select My Computer. Then click next. On the next page, you can see a list of manufacturers, and the models. We want to add TIFF this time. Select Raster File Formats as manufacturers. Then select TIFF Version 6 as plotter model.
You can also select BMP or TGA if you like. Now, you can simply click next and finish through the rest of this wizard. Open your AutoCAD, open plot dialog box. You should see your new plotter there!
Use them to create your image. You should be able to get high quality image from your drawings. Choose the format that’s appropriate for your purpose. Consider the quality and file size. You will not want your program to take a long time loading the images during important presentation!