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Jay Mackey
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Registered: ‎06-21-2004
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Upgrade method in network-share of 2006

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06-27-2005 06:06 PM
It's that time of year again.

There is a document for setting up AutoCAD Electrical for multiple users.

Is there a document for upgrading from 2005 to 2006?

Given all the files that must be put on a network share for a multi-user setup, and that these files can be customized, what is required to transition a network-share setup in 2005 to 2006?

Thanks, Jay

P.S. is it my imagination, or did you guys disable the ability to copy text out of the online help? That's just wrong, man.
*Paulo R. Pirola
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Re: Upgrade method in network-share of 2006

06-28-2005 04:24 AM in reply to: Jay Mackey
Hi Jay,

See "Help Menu --> Display Launchpad --> Advanced Productivity --> Setting
Up AutoCAD
Electrical for Multiple users"....

Paulo Pirola.

escreveu na mensagem news:4886634@discussion.autodesk.com...
It's that time of year again.

There is a document for setting up AutoCAD Electrical for multiple users.

Is there a document for upgrading from 2005 to 2006?

Given all the files that must be put on a network share for a multi-user
setup, and that these files can be customized, what is required to
transition a network-share setup in 2005 to 2006?

Thanks, Jay

P.S. is it my imagination, or did you guys disable the ability to copy text
out of the online help? That's just wrong, man.
*Pat Murnen \(Autodesk\)
Message 3 of 5 (54 Views)

Re: Upgrade method in network-share of 2006

06-28-2005 05:57 AM in reply to: Jay Mackey
Jay, to copy out of the online help you can highlight what you want and
press Ctrl+C. Then paste it wherever.

Pat Murnen
(Autodesk)

wrote in message news:4886634@discussion.autodesk.com...
It's that time of year again.

There is a document for setting up AutoCAD Electrical for multiple users.

Is there a document for upgrading from 2005 to 2006?

Given all the files that must be put on a network share for a multi-user
setup, and that these files can be customized, what is required to
transition a network-share setup in 2005 to 2006?

Thanks, Jay

P.S. is it my imagination, or did you guys disable the ability to copy text
out of the online help? That's just wrong, man.
Valued Contributor
Jay Mackey
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎06-21-2004
Message 4 of 5 (54 Views)

Re: Upgrade method in network-share of 2006

06-28-2005 07:37 AM in reply to: Jay Mackey
Yes, I tried Control-C, Control-V first, and it did not work.

I noticed that on pages where a special right-click pop-up comes up, any type of copy is not possible, but I have come across other pages of the help system that have a regular pop-up with Copy as one of the choices. The special pop-up looks like some kind of Java-based control that only has three choices, 'Help', 'Go to Top', and 'Print'. I know marketing VPs and such ilk think HTML help is fabulous, but I detest it, and I think people that use it are... not doing the best for their customers. (IMNSHO)

Thanks,

Jay
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Jay Mackey
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎06-21-2004
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Re: Upgrade method in network-share of 2006

06-28-2005 07:44 AM in reply to: Jay Mackey
Thanks, but as I state in my original post, I already know about that, and where it is, and that is not what I was looking for. I am looking for something that outlines or describes the tasks necessary to upgrade a customized 2005 setup to 2006. I know that there is a merge utility for the default_cat.mdb, but what about all the other customizable content. Are there any special considerations with 2005-to-2006 as there were with 2004-to-2005 (ace_plc.mdb, for example).

Thanks,

Jay

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