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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepMaster View Post
    LCE,
    Any luck on the app? Happy new year.
    Happy new year.
    Sorry, I posted a thread before christmas that I assumed most people would see, didn't want to go through each possible thread.

    Here is the thread I posted. Basically, had an ext hard drive blow out which conveniently was the one with all my work on (litterally ALL my work) and I hadn't made a backup for a LONG time so to rewrite this app will take a fair bit of time, especially fitting it in with redoing a load of other work, so releasing it as a freebie just isn't feasible right now. I will keep you posted of any developments though.

    Sorry again guys....

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    Does anyone have LCE's program or another way to accomplish this? NBC? I am aware of how to do it using ACAD 2006+, but I'm using an earlier version and it would be nice to have such a tool.
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    I'm sure I've got it somewhere; but I'm at work at the moment (I changed jobs recently) and don't have it with me at the moment.
    I shall look around when I get home later.
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    Many thanks, NBC
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    I don't appear to have it anymore, I'm afraid
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBC View Post
    I don't appear to have it anymore, I'm afraid
    Oh well, thanks for looking anyway.

    Does anyone else know of a solution?

    I assume there is probably a way to do it on VBA...
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    Hi, I was also seeking help for this whole xref situation but it appears I am a year too late!

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you!

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    As stated before in this page, that procedure is only available for ACAD v.2006+
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