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Autocad 2002 Today window on startup

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10-12-2012 09:45 PM

Is there a configuration file I can edit to stop Today from loading.  I need to do this as it is crashing my Acad startup and I cannot get to the menu structure to change the settings.  I have already tried launching Acad from a file selection, but it did not work.  Worked on another machine, but not this time.

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Re: Autocad 2002 Today window on startup

10-14-2012 06:02 AM in reply to: gammafunction
Search or post in the correct forum:
http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-2000-2000i-2002-Archive/bd-p/28
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Re: Autocad 2002 Today window on startup

10-14-2012 06:41 AM in reply to: gammafunction

How about just answering the question.  

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Re: Autocad 2002 Today window on startup

10-16-2012 06:18 AM in reply to: gammafunction

Now that you are in the correct forum, you'll need to wait for 2002 users to jump in and help or you could try a search: TODAY died with your old version of AutoCAD, that was over a decade ago for me.

 

You can open AutoCAD's HELP outside of AutoCAD, it may contain info for instructions on how to start AutoCAD with no extras or startups.

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