hi, i install the express tool after i installed autocad mechanical 2011 and the menu is there but none of the commands like auto text numeribg and explode attributes to text, works..
any ideas why?
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i have repair the product a second time and now its seem to work fine
Try following steps and verify if it works.
Step 1 >> CUILOAD the cui file “acetmain.cuix”>>Express Tool panel is listed in the ribbon
Step 2 >> APPLOAD 2 FAS files(acettest.fas and acetutil.fas) from the express menu, refer to the image attached.
Let me know if this helps
Please try suggestion in the following thread first, then followed by my previous suggestion to load the *.fas files.
I had the same problem express tools didn't work even after reinstalling.
After installing SP1 the problem still existed.
Loading the fas files was for me the solution, now all funtions work as they should.
I went through the steps of unloading a reloading Express tools, and then the steps metioned above and had txt2mtxt working. Now it does not work.
I went through the steps mentioned above and now get:
"Unable to load customization file:
That Customization Group already exist."
Didn't we pay to have the programming for this package completed by Autodesk?
have the same problem,,,load the two .fas files,,,corrected the problem in the working drawing only,,will not auto re-load on new drawing,,,have to appload everytime..??
You may try to add them to "Startup suite"
Command: Appload>>Contents>>Add>>Browse and add both files
Hope this helps,
AutoCAD Architecture 2013 Building Design Suite, I'm having the same problem of "Convert to Mtext" not working. I've tried the APPLOAD> process several times without success, it remains "txt2mtxt Unknown command". And I couldn't access AutoCAD through Win7 Control Panel>Programs. Any other suggestions? Thank you in advance.
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