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    Default "Save as" window gone

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    Hello:

    My computer was recently upgraded to ACAD 2010, but the "Save As" windows does not appear. Instead, I get all the pertaining options in the Command Line.

    This is extremely irritating, as I have to enter the complete path C:\.... and I work in a network environment.

    And that is not the point. The point is that all my other co-workers do have the good old "Save as" Window and I want it too.

    I bet that is some check in the Propertie's tollbar's option's whatever. Any Ideas? Thanks

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    Default Fixed

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    Hello:

    When I submitted the thread, this one came as a suggestion

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?t=31034

    The problem is solved, thanks

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