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  1. Good morning, I have a big problem: I need to make an outline of which was advanced on a road. But I'm doing this activity manually. I tried to use the OVERKILL, but it only deletes the 3dpolylines/polylines that are overlapping and not both. I need only what is different between them and make a REGION or a Closed Polyline of the result. Can you help me? Is there any lisp or a command that can make this? I'm sending the attached file of what I want in order to make an example. Example.dwg
  2. I've read the posts about the "overkill" command which doesn't work on 2011 anymore. Any other command I don't know about that would take care of overlapping lines, etc.. ? It seems if Autodesk already had a command for this issue, it should still have it...or? The posts list that "overkill" is an Express Tool. If it's just a matter of having Express Tools, then I would be very happy if somebody could explain me how to get those. I don't seem to have them, yet a lot of the commands are there - seems to me as if ET got mixed in with the rest of AutoCAD and is not a separate command center anymore. Thanks!
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