Does anyone know if it's possible to set your saving preference to an earlier CAD version?
I work with a lot of consultants that are still using CAD 2008! And I hate having to save manually as AutoCAD 2000.dwg. Also I've notice several glitches if you save as an earlier version and then you accidentally hit save again.
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Yes, there was a lot of posts here about this, for example:
I answered (probably partly) on Get Satisfaction AutoCAD LT forums:
Here is my answer:
If you have AutoCAD LT, you have to use solution from my first post here (setting default format for save via Terminal)
But I want to know which AutoCAD LT you own?
- If 2012 (then you can use above solution directly)
- If it is 2013, then which version - from AppStore, or from Autodesk (or reseller), for Autodesk version look for the solution here:
for AppStore version - I'm not sure exactly about the name of preferences file, so the solution from forums may not work.
I have Autocad LT 2013 for mac and need to change my default save to 2010, does anyone know how I can do this? I have tried a terminal command I found but it didn't seem to work as it probably wasn't for the app store version. Thanks.
defaults write com.autodesk.autocadlt2013 "HKEY_CURRENT_USER.SOFTWARE.AUTODESK.AUTOCAD LT.R19·0.PROFILES.<<UNNAMED PROFILE>>.GENERAL.DEFAULTFORMATFORSAVE" -int 48
defaults write com.autodesk.autocadlt2013 "HKEY_CURRENT_USER.SOFTWARE.AUTODESK.AUTOCAD LT.R19·0.PROFILES.<<UNNAMED PROFILE>>.GENERAL.DEFAULTFORMATFORSAVE" -int 60
Change "48" in the first Terminal command above to one of the following based on the default format you want to use:
1 - AutoCAD R12 DXF
12 - AutoCAD 2000 DWG
13 - AutoCAD 2000 DXF
24 - AutoCAD 2004 DWG
25 - AutoCAD 2004 DXF
36 - AutoCAD 2007 DWG
37 - AutoCAD 2007 DXF
48 - AutoCAD 2010 DWG
49 - AutoCAD 2010 DXF
50 - AutoCAD 2010 DWT
60 - AutoCAD 2013 DWG
61 - AutoCAD 2013 DXF
62 - AutoCAD 2013 DWT
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