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  1. Dear all, I'm a newcomer I already read the forums a few times and found answers all the time, but sadly its not that time. My problem is te following: I got a 61MB big drawing which i should modify. Sadly my computer isn't fast enough to handle that much information. I attached an example which shows why the file is this big. (Sadly i'm not able to upload this in dwg, because the example file which i made also takes 5MB of free space... ) There you can see that loops are made from much-much more lines than needed. If i could unite lines which has the same X or Y coordinates that would come out in a smaller file size and lesser CPU capacity. Do we have any command which does something like this? Do you have any other idea how to correct this kind of thing? Any help is appriciated. Thanks in advance! The picture about the problem:
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