AutoCAD 2000/2000i/2002 Archive

AutoCAD 2000/2000i/2002 Archive

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*almog, itay
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copy paste places objects in a non zero elevation

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03-01-2000 03:16 PM
every time that i use the copy & paste command
i insert the block at a normal zero elevation
after i explode it, it is allways placed at a -4.86 z elevation

help!!!
does anyone know why and how do i fix it?

thanks Itay
*Wheat, Chuck
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Re: copy paste places objects in a non zero elevation

03-01-2000 04:01 PM in reply to: *almog, itay
There is a system variable called ELEVATION which might do this if it were
nonzero in either the source or destination drawing.
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*Häkli, Esko
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Re: copy paste places objects in a non zero elevation

03-02-2000 12:15 PM in reply to: *almog, itay
Autodesk Technical Solutution:
http://www.autodesk.com/support/solutions/43915.htm

or
Copypas from
http://www.icon.fi/~haklesko/

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itay almog wrote in message
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> every time that i use the copy & paste command
> i insert the block at a normal zero elevation
> after i explode it, it is allways placed at a -4.86 z elevation
>
> help!!!
> does anyone know why and how do i fix it?
>
> thanks Itay
>
>
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