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Re: Command In Progress

03-14-2011 03:16 PM in reply to: mfretwell

Another 2 cents--

I have just encountered this problem, with AutoCAD 2011. I couldn't save a drawing, plot it, or use plot preview from the quick access menu bar. I attributed the problem to 3D commands--mesh editing, etc.--but had no real reason to do so. Although I couldn't save or plot, I could execute other commands. Following an earlier reply, I entered Save at the command line, successfully saved the drawing under another name, opened that drawing, which I could then plot.

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Re: File will not save even after creating a new dwg - please HELP!!!

04-12-2012 02:41 PM in reply to: mfretwell
Got the same message "...nit save because...not in soecified format...", but i'm jst data referencing surfaces!...has anybody solved ths problem?
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Re: Command In Progress

06-25-2012 12:10 PM in reply to: vewright

Hi Guys

 

Here we were facing the same problem and one of the guys that work here and he came with the following solution:

 

When starts the AutoCad open a file and on the comand line type "filedia" and then type the value "1". That totally solved our problems.

 

att,

 

Alex

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Re: Command In Progress

09-07-2012 07:06 AM in reply to: alexmoretto

any solution yet?

 

in 2013 here... and I can't enter any commands

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Re: Command In Progress

02-03-2013 01:28 AM in reply to: millermccoy

In this case I use a command "saveall" and after that close the drawing and open it again.

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