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Using ACE Symbol Image Files

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10-09-2012 11:15 AM

ACE displays an image file of each component symbol and displays the file name (I think).  For example a basic prox is symbol HPX11.  The image file which portrays that symbol on the screen is identified as s2(shpx11), and I am referenced to the following location:  C:\Documents and Settings\cad\Application Data\Autodesk\AutoCAD Electrical 2012\R18.2\enu\support.  However, I cannot find the image file anywhere.  I have searched by file name, .sld, .png, etc.

 

It is my hope to locate these symbol image files, and copy them to a location that can be easily searched by colleagues, trying to locate a needed symbol.

 

They're in there somewhere.  Any ideas?

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btackes
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Re: Using ACE Symbol Image Files

10-09-2012 11:33 AM in reply to: Outbound

s2(shpx11) is a slide called shpx11 that is stored in slide library s2 (s2.slb).

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Re: Using ACE Symbol Image Files

10-09-2012 11:59 AM in reply to: btackes

I can't find it.  Can you tell me how to locate and access this file?

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Re: Using ACE Symbol Image Files

10-09-2012 12:09 PM in reply to: Outbound

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