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  1. Hello! I have a GIS drawing of electricity distribution and I need to export XY coordinates to Excel. What I need to achieve is that when I select the required polylines, I need to export X and Y coordinates of each vertex of all the selected polylines to Excel. The Excel file would consist of 3xN matrix, where N is the total number of vertexes. For example: No X Y 1 287.2105 136.1318 2 289.2800 136.9366 3 291.8095 138.2014 4 296.7535 140.2709 5 295.4888 143.9502 6 293.9941 149.4690 7 293.8791 152.4584 . . N 345.5034 174.8788 I understand that problem might seem easy, but I'm new in Autocad. Please ask questions if the problem is not clear. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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