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    Quote Originally Posted by LanloyLisp View Post
    Hi Ron, thanks for the LISP file reducer. I'm just curious what are those 7 Registered Applications you found on the file?
    Here is what I found:
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    "ACAD"
    "ACAD_PSEXT"
    "AcadAnnotative"
    "ACAD_DSTYLE_DIMJAG"
    "ACAD_DSTYLE_DIMTALN"
    "ACAD_NAV_VCDISPLAY"
    "ACAD_DSTYLE_DIMBREAK"
    "ACAD_DSTYLE_DIMBREAK"
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkmcswain View Post
    USE DXFOUT and then look at all of the data in there.
    A boatload of 310 records. Over 385MB in this format.
    You don't need this DWG file. Just start a new empty one. There is literally nothing in this one except this garbage.
    BTW: You can download BricsCAD and try it if you'd like.
    rkmcswain..Can you please list down the 310 records. I'm not sure what are these datas that accumulated into large garbage. I hope I will not encounter again same as this file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronjonp View Post
    Here is what I found:
    Thanks Ronjonp

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanloyLisp View Post
    rkmcswain..Can you please list down the 310 records.
    Just do as I said and export the drawing to DXF format, then open the DXF file in Notepad. You can see it clearly.

    Here is a screenshot.

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    Thanks rckmswain..

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    Lan: Since the drawing contains nothing of value why are you even concerned?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Lan: Since the drawing contains nothing of value why are you even concerned?
    Hi Remark, Actually there were objects present before. I noticed that why does the file is heavy whereas there are only around 1000 objects. So I made the file empty
    on my curiosity to find which causes the file huge.

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    I think you should have provided the original (full) drawing instead of an empty drawing.
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    I have the original file in our office. I will make a link tomorrow.

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    Where did the drawing originate from?

    What program was the drawing created with?

    Did you "borrow" any content from any other drawing and insert it into this drawing?

    Do you regularly clean up your drawings using such commands as Overkill, -Purge, Audit and WBlock?
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