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  1. hello, i have a drawing on the original file it was created on but the architect who originally made the drawing cut the geometry into thousands of pieces i guess as protection, i know there is something you could do to cut the drawing into thousands of peices but i dont know how.he no longer works for the company but they need to now edit those floorplans, i dont know how to undo that, is there even a way to?
  2. I used to use my AUTOCAD normally with no problem. Recently it became odd as follows but as far as I remember, I haven't add anything to be suspicious of. When I want to start AutoCAD 2007 by clicking its icon, it closes few seconds after it comes. When I click on a drawing icon depending on the drawing one of the followings happens: 1- For some drawings it opens normally and I can work on drawings 2- For others (mostly rar files which I have downloaded) following "Drawing Recovery" message appears and AutoCAD freezes and I can't do anything. Please help me to solve this problem. My laptop is: SONY VAIO, Windows XP In your previous work session, the program unexpectedly failed. Information has been gathered from the drawing files that were open at that time. The backup Files list displays the backup files that are available. Double-click the files on the list to open and compare their contents. Once you determine which file contain the best backup data, use Save As to specify the content folder location and rename the file
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