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bartb
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Autodesk object enabler

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12-04-2003 10:21 PM
I am running autocad 2000. I'm trying to load the object enabler patch to view ADT2004 objects. I get an error message when I try to install the file ADT40Ea.MSI. The message says I don't have a current autodesk object DBX. Can I download this as well? Can anyone help me please?
*Saadallah, Dean
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Re: Autodesk object enabler

12-04-2003 11:08 PM in reply to: bartb
The website page says this:
ADT4OEa.msi (5.57 MB)

Can be installed on:
AutoCAD 2004
AutoCAD LT 2004
Autodesk Land Desktop 2004
Autodesk Map 2004
Autodesk Mechanical Desktop 2004



You have R2000: there is no object enabler for R2000 to read ADT4 content.
You have to upgrade R2000 to get an enabler to work in ADT4, or ask the ADT4
content creator to use AECExplode then EXPORT to save down to your version
and your version's abilities.

R2000 upgrade, if you like to take advantage of the discount price, expires
Jan 15, 2004. After that, you pay full price to get the next version of
AutoCAD.

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Dean Saadallah
Add-on products for LT
http://www.pendean.com/lt
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Re: Autodesk object enabler

12-25-2012 10:56 PM in reply to: bartb
 
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Re: Autodesk object enabler

12-26-2012 06:44 AM in reply to: bartb
The facts have not changed.
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