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rsarroLBG
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Registered: ‎09-15-2011
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AutoCADLT 2012 - MultiLeader Command Arrows

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09-15-2011 08:07 AM

My office just updated to autoCAD 2012.

 

I still have an older version 2004. I set 2012 saveas in 2004 so can work from home.

 

2012 has what is called Multileader Style, appears leader command separated from Dimension Style command box.

 

I completed a drawing in 2012. Saved as 2004. Open in 2004 all leader arrows that where on drawing do not appear.

 

Is there a setting that needs to be set. Why do leader arrows not show up in 2004?

 

Can I still use leader command in Dimension Style as in earlier version instead of using Multileader Style command?

 

Hope a easy fix. If anyone has had this problem please post solution, if there is one.

 

Thank you

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pendean
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Re: AutoCADLT 2012 - MultiLeader Command Arrows

09-15-2011 08:42 AM in reply to: rsarroLBG
No setting: you can't access new objects in old software.
Turn on SAVEFIDELITY in the newer version, and turn on PROXYSHOW and PROXYGRAPHICS in both versions and at least you might be able to see them but not much else.
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Charles_Shade
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Re: AutoCADLT 2012 - MultiLeader Command Arrows

09-15-2011 09:17 AM in reply to: pendean

The MLEADERS will be blocks in the older software and can be exploded although I think when you do that they disappear.

Don't quote me on that though.

Well, you'll find out.

Post back what you learn please.

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