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  1. Thread: Converting PDF

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    What command were you trying to use?

    What command were you trying to use?
  2. .BAK files (backup files) are typically saved in...

    .BAK files (backup files) are typically saved in the same folder as the drawing itself.

    .SV$ files (automatic save files) will be saved to the folder specified by the TEMP environment variable in...
  3. Oh ye of little faith. Not sure why I went...

    Oh ye of little faith. Not sure why I went through all this trouble but here are two files for you. The first is your drawing. I added my name to it so you wouldn't get it mixed up with the...
  4. "You can't always get what you want, but if you...

    "You can't always get what you want, but if you try some time, you just might find you get what you need."

    Have fun.

    BTW....there are a number of auto-increment lisp routines floating around...
  5. I'm pretty sure Lee Mac wrote an auto-increment...

    I'm pretty sure Lee Mac wrote an auto-increment lisp routine. Can't recall the exact nature of how it works but if it doesn't meet your needs you could always tweak it.

    Here you go. A link to...
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    i still do schematics & wiring diagrams in 2D but...

    i still do schematics & wiring diagrams in 2D but they are very tedious.

    In other words you've come over to the dark side. LoL
  7. OK...basically you just confirmed what I said.

    OK...basically you just confirmed what I said.
  8. 1. No, the logfile is NOT in the temp folder. ...

    1. No, the logfile is NOT in the temp folder. And the files .bak, .sv$ or .ac$ will NOT contain the information you are seeking so don't bother looking for them.

    2. You continue to refuse to look...
  9. You want an auto-increment feature then right?

    You want an auto-increment feature then right?
  10. 1. We don't need a copy of your drawing. 2. To...

    1. We don't need a copy of your drawing.

    2. To see ALL the commands used in the drawing session, prior to saving it, you have to find and open the logfile for your drawing. Note: there can be...
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    The only update table option I am aware of would...

    The only update table option I am aware of would have applied to AutoCAD 2008 onward as that is when the DataLink feature was added. And I think you have made it clear enough we are talking about...
  12. My answers were just as clear but you somehow...

    My answers were just as clear but you somehow think that all the commands you used PRIOR to enabling LOGFILEMODE are somehow going to magically appear. They won't. And to see any commands you've...
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    I'm not familiar with vb.net sorry.

    I'm not familiar with vb.net sorry.
  14. "Where Can I See AutoCAD Command ." The...

    "Where Can I See AutoCAD Command ."

    The commands will be seen in the log file. If you want to see what commands you just used while still in an active drawing hit the F2 key to bring up the text...
  15. FYI...every time you open, edit, then save your...

    FYI...every time you open, edit, then save your drawing a new logfile will be created. Each file will have the name of the drawing, the date, time and file size. See example below:

    50609

    Note...
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    Did you insert the table as an OLE object? ...

    Did you insert the table as an OLE object?

    What layer is the table on? Is the layer off or frozen?
  17. When did you enable LOGFILEMODE? Was it at the...

    When did you enable LOGFILEMODE? Was it at the start of your drawing or did you just do it today? I did a quick test and it worked for me.
  18. I can't tell you why that is. Until you figure...

    I can't tell you why that is. Until you figure it out grab a pencil and paper and start writing down the commands. I'd suggest using the Action Recorder to create a macro that could be played back...
  19. I think you would have to write a script that...

    I think you would have to write a script that "calls" the lisp routine.
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    Most schematics, like piping and instrumentation,...

    Most schematics, like piping and instrumentation, are drawn in 2D. Process flow diagrams are drawn in 2D. Block diagrams are drawn in 2D. Many site plans and plot plans are drawn in 2D.

    All...
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