AutoCAD 2010/2011/2012

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2008 ACAD File was Copied to 2012 ACAD PGP

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06-29-2012 11:36 AM

Need your help....I copied a 2008 ACAD PGP file to ACAD 2012 PGP file hoping to get the lips I wrote. Well no I want to go back to the original 2012 ACAD PGP file. By the way I did rename the file to something else. When I try the old lisp routines it does not work. What am I doing wrong?


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Re: 2008 ACAD File was Copied to 2012 ACAD PGP

06-29-2012 12:05 PM in reply to: jds_mustang

Lisp files are not loaded through the PGP file: the PGP file's sole function is to create abbreviations for commands already loaded and accessible at the command line inside AutoCAD.

Are you looking for your 2008's ACADDOC.LSP file instead?


All core pgp/lin/cuix/whatever files have copies saved in a subfolder of your AutoCAD program folder (2008 or 2012) called USERDATACACHE. Help yourself (copy, don't move them).

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