I'm trying to use this to knock a drawing back so the engineer can see the Multileaders.
He's on LT 2000 and communication of the drawing file can be problematic.
If I've read the (of little)Help file correctly I should be able to enter 2000 in the Format selection and have a 2000 file.
This is returning Invalid option keyword when I try.
What is the proper Format?
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Nope that is not there but at least I know I'm not missing something. Well I am but not mentally (okay well that too) just in the program.
The other options from the main menu dropdown will open and offer another option or two but not Format.
I must have a glitch in my install somewhere.
Not sure if it matters or not but I'm on my desktop, not my laptop so I'm using full autocad right now. Maybe someone else can check to see if thats why I get the option and you don't.
>>>...This is returning Invalid option keyword when I try....<<<
What does that mean exactly?
Watch the command line as you type (LT or full AutoCAD, desktop or laptop):
-EXPORTTOAUTOCAD (there is a dash in the command name)
2000 (or if you prefer, R14, just don't type R2000)
PREFIX (I like to identify the new file, like R2000)
<ENTER> and whatch where the new file goes.
I mean this:
2000, R14, whatever, nothing is recognized nor are there dropdown options when clicking on Format from the first menu in this Command
I got the same problem when trying to replicate.
after format it prompts me for file format, won't accept anything i type.
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