Every once in a while, an electronic document collection will contain DWG files. These are AutoCAD files or CAD drawings that an architect will design. If the attorneys need to review these files, they will need special software.
Years ago, I purchased a single-user license of Autodesk AutoCAD software. However, eventually, they released a free viewer called DWG TrueView. It will open the DWG file and allow the attorney to review the document for relevancy.
It is a good idea to download the software ahead of time and store it on your litigation support server. This way it will be readily available to install on an attorney's computer when the need arises. I would also install it on your computer so you can easily view DWG files on the fly.
DWG TrueView can be used to convert .dwg files to PDF format for easier distribution. In a Fast Tip Friday tutorial, I demonstrated how to convert AutoCAD files using DWG TrueView.