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    Ok cheers, no worries; would be handy to have sometime in the next week or so

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    NBC, sorry about this, but it looks like the original script was probably on 1 of my HD's that blew up and I don't have a copy of it, and only have an exe now which compiled a range of scripts that I can not release for a number of reasons.
    I will try and work it up again this afternoon, but can't make any promises.

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    NBC,

    As you haven't made any comment I will assume you have found an alternative method for this.
    Thanks.

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    Sorry Leigh; I've been very busy this afternoon.
    If you could still continue to do your best, I would be more than grateful.

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    OK, sorry for my impatience.
    I wlll see what I can get, enjoying the challenge of refreshing my memory, whilst also trying to make it better.
    I will keep you updated as I progress.

    Thanks.

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    Cheers fella

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    OK. Just a quick update.
    Nearly there now, have all the pieces all over the place, just putting together, then a final test and should have it up here by end of play today.

    Cheers

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    excellent news, fantastic.

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    OK. Job done. Tried and tested and is working fine at my end.
    Sorry if this seems a bit selfish, but for the moment I am only willing to share the dll file (VB.NET).
    In the near future, I may share the script and project files, although I wish to retain this for now until I am 100% satisfied with the presentation of my work.
    Again, sorry.

    To use the dll, extract the attached zip.
    In AutoCAD type NETLOAD and select the xin.dll
    Type XIN at the AutoCAD command line.

    This should all be pretty self explanitory, but if you need any help with it, just let me know.

    Ensure that you enter the correct xref name, this will be just the name, as would be displayed in properties>Name when selected in autocad. So if you have xrefed in Drawing1.dwg, then the xref name will be Drawing1

    Thanks.

    Please note that the attached file is provided as is. I accept no responsibility for loss of work or damage caused by the use, or misuse of the attached file.
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    OK. Bit more of an explanation, maybe a brief 1, but an explanation none the less...
    With this, you will be able to select a directory and all dwg files in this will be searched through to see if they contain the specified xref.

    Note that your autocad session will be unusable whilst this is running as it will manually open each file (dirty I know, but quick to script) and check for the name. If the name is found, the name of the current dwg will be added to the log file which you specified.

    More of an explanation to follow, sorry, itching to play with my ACA09.

    Just let me know if you have any problems with this and I will see what I can do.

    Cheers

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