I switched the icon menu library to ACE_IEC_menu.dat so that I could use the VRT1 icon in my drawing. But when I use the icon menu and choose VRT1, it says file can't be found. What am I missing in order for AutoCAD to insert the icon into my drawing. I attached a picture of the error.
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I found the folders in another location. It's apparently stored in the Autodesk folder shown below.
You must also set up the project to search the IEC2 or IEC4 (the difference between the two of them is the size of the attributes) folder, so that it can find this VTR1.dwg.
There is no IEC2 or IEC4 folders. Do I have to install those libraries or are the somewhere else? I've attached a picture of what I have in that folder.
Try going to the control panel in WIndows, and locate AutoCAD Electrical 2012.
Select Change/Uninstall, and select Add or Remove features.
In one of the steps that follows, you should be able to add the IEC symbol libraries as well:
Ok so I copied it over and got it working. Do you have an issue with icons being really large like shown below? Would you know how to fix this? This component is VRT1.
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