Convert Drawing of 1300 sq ft to CAD

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Castillo Properties 4627 Roswell Rd:
Create floor plan from paper version of 1300 sq ft house. Hand drawings
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Please provide both PDF and CAD with the entry.
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#2 1300 sq ft Floor Plan by NickVal
Apr 10, 2013 21:57
#1 1300 sq ft Floor Plan by NickVal
1300 sq ft Jpeg image floor plan for approval
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Apr 6, 2013 17:18

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