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  1. Hello guys, I have a 3D model in Autocad. I made a section with sectionplan command and made a layout with the section view. I need this view in 2D with lines. every lines in one plan. How can I make it? I tried the exportlayout command but then I lost the section. I had every lines behind and after the sectionlines... Please help if you can! (I cant upload the file because it is 11MegaByte)
  2. I have a drawing that is consistently giving me an "eInvalidInput" error when I try to use EXPORTLAYOUT from its layout tab, like this: Unhandled exception has occurred in a component in your application. If you click Continue, the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. eInvalidInput. ... and there are a "Details" button and "Continue" button You can see the error message in the attached image file. You can see the "Details" of the error in the attached text file. Attached please also find a small drawing that has this error. I have removed _everything_ from the drawing and leave only one text string in it. I have removed all the XRef's and purged everything. But I still have the same error. I have "audited" it and found nothing. This error seems to be similar to the one reported in another message thread called "Exporting Layout to Model J-I-T Error" in AutoCAD 2007/2008/2009 forum that is also in this web site. The suggestion in that message thread was to reboot the PC and said something about the .NET version might not have installed properly. I have reboot my PC, and I still have the same problem. I also have the same problem when I try EXPORTLAYOUT with the same drawing from another computer. Please note that none of the many other drawings have this problem. This problem only occurs in this one drawing. I thought there may be related to a third party application (PractiCAD) that I use with AutoCAD (2012). But I still have the same problem after I have unloaded that third party application from AutoCAD. Would you please take a look of the attached DWG file and see if you can find anything wrong with it? Thanks in advance. Jay Chan Details of Error.txt JayTest_Error.dwg
  3. Hello everyone, I'm very, very new to scripting in AutoCAD and was wondering if anyone has ever wrote a VB or LISP macro for batch exporting layouts to DWG's. I have a client who wants each layout in a seperate DWG and I have about 5500 layouts...so using exportlayout that many times would be really tedious and time consuming , which is why I'm coming to you folks for a little help! I am currently running AutoCAD 2011 if it helps! Thanks!
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