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    Default how to bring back the extruded polylines

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    Hey guys is there anyone knows how to bring back the extruded polylines?..

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    Reset the system variable DELOBJ to a value of 0 which will then force AutoCAD to retain the original geometry. Sorry but this won't bring back the dead. I suppose you could copy the geometry off to one side and explode it then erase what you don't need.
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    Start the SOLIDEDIT command, then Face, then Copy.
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    As ReMark stated - set DELOBJ to zero in your template for all future work.

    After the fact though, XEDGES might get you something to work with. (change active color before running the xedges command)

    I assume you know how to manipulate layers to have solids and 2d on different layers.
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