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    Quote Originally Posted by chulse View Post
    I didn't think you could save template files back to previous versions?
    I believe that you are correct about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3smees23 View Post
    Hi,

    I have created a template that opens fine on the PC I created it, but when my colleuages open it on there's it comes up with over 500 errors!! and talks about recovery.

    Please can someone open the attached and tell me if there is anything I can do to clean it up?

    Many thanks

    Sam
    I opened it with AutoCad LT 2009. I also got the missing font thing. No biggie, but there are a bunch of custom objects created by another application in the template someplace. My error message box wants me to go download Object enablers, but I didn't cuz I don't need the template. I just let it draw proxy frames around these missing objects.

    I think your 500 errors come from the differing versions of AutoCad and the custom objects. In combination I can see the huge error count occurring.
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    Considering the number of layers and blocks the drawing is carrying, nearly half a meg isn't all that huge.

    I opened the block editor to scurry around. It appears there are a couple dozen blocks consisting of only two lines, making a crosshair-like thingy. These are only a few of the blocks that appear unneeded. There's loads of 'em that could be in a block library as well, instead of a template.
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