Is there a way to have AutoCAD indicate what version of the program printed a file?
The company I work at currently has projects in AutoCAD 2009, 2011, and 2012. So that files are not converted it would be nice if the plot stamp indicated what platform plotted the drawing.
Thanks in advance.
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you can add a field (>>>details<<<) into your titleblock (or anywhere else on your layout) that shows you the sysvar ACADVER.
That will e.g. result in 18.2 for AutoCAD 2012 or 19.0 for AutoCAD 2013, ....
- alfred -
Thanks. I could not locate the variable since they are not defined in the field dialog box.
>> could not locate the variable since they are not defined in the field dialog box
My dialog is German, but similar to yours. Chose "system variable" in the left column, then in the middle column you get the list of them and "ACADVER" can be selected.
- alfred -
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