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Users seeing Adobe Illustrator error code ‘2067’ when opening DWG or DXF files

Adobe Illustrator Error Code '2067'

Adobe Illustrator is, no doubt, one of the best design tools for both web and graphic designers. Adobe Inc. released the tool for the first time in March 1987. Today, many designers love Adobe Illustrator partly because it increases the efficiency of their design workflow. It does that by providing them with both 2D and 3D manipulation options. This design tool hardly misbehaves, but the latest reports say otherwise. That’s so because Adobe Illustrator users are now reporting an issue, in which they get an error code ‘2067’ when trying to open DXF/DWG files.

Adobe Illustrator users currently receiving error code ‘2067’

Multiple reports across various social media platforms reveal that Adobe Illustrator users now experience an error ‘2067’ code. This code surfaces every time they try opening DXF or DWG files.

For now, the affected Adobe Illustrator users are still unsure what causes the error code ‘2067.’ Many of them mentioned they’ve tried using a few troubleshooting steps to address the issue. But none of the generic solutions, which include downgrading to the previous version, was effective in removing the error code. You can check here (1,2,3) to see what the affected users are saying about the current situation.

Adobe Illustrator Error Code '2067'

Here’s what Adobe says about the issue

Yesterday, an Adobe employee responded to one complaint regarding the issue. In the post, the Adobe staff mentioned that the issue has been around for quite some time. In addition, he mentioned that the issue often surfaces whenever DWG/DXF files are exported with an older version of AutoCAD. Here’s a brief of what the Adobe staff said below:

“We are sorry for the trouble. This is a known issue and has been reported by multiple users. This generally happens when the DWG/ DXF file is exported using a third-party application, not AutoCAD, or you have exported using an older version of AutoCAD.”

We don’t know when the Adobe team will release an official fix to resolve this issue. However, we’re positive that it’ll come sooner than later. We’ll continue to monitor the team and as soon as we find any information on this matter, we’ll let you know about it.


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