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How to join dots to eliminate empty spaces (AutoCAD Map 2000)

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carloswm

Hi, everyone!

 

I'm making a map using AutoCAD Map 2000. Right now I'm trying to fix a triple limit as it is seen in this picture.

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=56920&cid=1&stc=1

 

In the distance it doesn't look bad, but when I zoom in this is what I see:

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=56921&cid=1&stc=1

 

What I want to do is to elimiate that empty space so I can see something like this:

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=56922&cid=1&stc=1

 

Thanks in advance.

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ReMark

It would be helpful if you changed your Profile to reflect the fact that you are using AutoCAD Map 2000 and not plain old AutoCAD 2000.

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carloswm
It would be helpful if you changed your Profile to reflect the fact that you are using AutoCAD Map 2000 and not plain old AutoCAD 2000.

 

Done. Done. Done. ;)

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ReMark

For some reason I don't see any images.

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Murph_map
For some reason I don't see any images.

 

Same here no images. From what is posted I would say Mapcleanup tools might do what the OP wants. (?)

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SLW210

How are you attaching the images?

 

Try using the go advanced and then manage attachments to attach the images.

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Cad64

McAfee WebAdvisor tells me your image host is a potentially risking place to visit.

 

Why don't you do as SLW210 advised:

Try using the go advanced and then manage attachments to attach the images.

Mcafee.jpg

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carloswm

I already did that Cad64. Maybe it's a false positive. Go and take a look to the images. This is getting super annoying. :ouch:

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carloswm

Ok. I was doing it wrong. There are the images. I did as you said, guys. Image 1 to image 3, from left to right, or top to bottom.

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=57031&cid=1&stc=1attachment.php?attachmentid=57032&cid=1&stc=1attachment.php?attachmentid=57033&cid=1&stc=1

1.jpg

2.jpg

3.jpg

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Murph_map

How were those objects created and are they plines or polygons? Have you tried the Map/dwg cleanup tool? Under the Map menu > Tools > Drawing Cleanup in 2000 Version. Pick on the HELP button in the Edit Geometry section to read what each one does. You may also might want to make a backup of the dwg before using the tools it can cause some damage if you don't know what you are doing or follow directions.

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carloswm
How were those objects created and are they plines or polygons? Have you tried the Map/dwg cleanup tool? Under the Map menu > Tools > Drawing Cleanup in 2000 Version. Pick on the HELP button in the Edit Geometry section to read what each one does. You may also might want to make a backup of the dwg before using the tools it can cause some damage if you don't know what you are doing or follow directions.

 

Hi, Murph.

 

Those objects are polylines. There is no such tool as the Drawing Cleanup tool in the AutoCAD Map 2000 I'm using. I'm attaching a screenshot of what I see. I installed the AutoCAD Express Tools, maybe that's why I can't see that tool.

 

Thannks.

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=57132&cid=1&stc=1

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eldon

Perhaps you are looking at the wrong Tools Menu

MapTools.jpg

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Murph_map
Perhaps you are looking at the wrong Tools Menu

 

Yes, the command is under the MAP Menu TOOL > .

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