I know a lot of you guys don't use CAD but thought I'd throw this question out there anyway because we have such a wealth of experience on this forum. At the present time I use RainCAD which is a Design CAD based prgram. The program saves all drawings in DW2 format. On sites that have automatic systems I draw up unscaled "zone maps" for 8.5 x 11 standard paper showing the realtionships of controllers/zones to each other and with buildings and major hardscapes on the site. I also indicate where backflows, isolation valves, controllers, manually-operated areas, areas with no irrigation whatsoever, etc. are located. I then hi-lite the different items with different colors so the separation of zones/controllers are immediately visible. (I'd upload an example zone map but you'd need to go to the Design CAD site and download a free copy of the DW2 Viewer to see it.) We keep copies of these zone maps in our trucks so we can immediately have a reference when we have a work order come in. What I've also done is distribute copies of the zone maps to the various site custodians who are the ones that initiate work orders when they think something is amiss with their irrigation. They often use the maps to indicate problems and attach a copy to the work order. It works as a good communication device and cuts down on service time because we can go immediately to the problem area. Now the problem. Our district has switched to a computerized work order system. Although I can still supply the sites with zone maps there is no way they can indicate problem areas on them without having RainCAD on their computers (which is totally unnecessary). I've thought about the possibility of them being able to scan the zone map (with indications) and then upload it with the computerized request but not all sites have scanners. Now the question. Does anyone know of a program (hopefully small and easy to use) that will convert DW2 files to standard image files that can then be manipulated with common imaging programs? I've done quite a bit of searching but so far have come up empty handed. Maybe I missed something obvious also.