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looking4phil
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Converting Xrefs with relative path to full path.

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11-12-2012 07:13 AM

I have found a way to convert FULL to RELATIVE using XRP2004.lsp but not the other way round. Main reason I want to do this is to change the Relative to Full, move the drawing and then revert them back to Relative. If any of you know how this may be done another way I am all ears!

 

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looking4phil
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Re: Converting Xrefs with relative path to full path.

05-10-2013 02:32 AM in reply to: looking4phil

So cant be done then???

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Jay_B
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Re: Converting Xrefs with relative path to full path.

05-10-2013 05:01 AM in reply to: looking4phil

Autodesk Reference Manager works for changing relative path to full path.

 

Win 7 location

Start>All Programs>AutoDesk>AutoCad version XXX>Reference Manager

Jay

C3D 2014 SP2
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looking4phil
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Re: Converting Xrefs with relative path to full path.

05-10-2013 06:25 AM in reply to: Jay_B
Wow that's something I never used before. Just did a find and replace of the required text and all the Xrefs are sorted. Very handy. Seems to be a fix. Thanks for the help.

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