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Close a markup

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04-30-2007 08:54 AM
Is there a command to close a markup in AutoCAD? I'd like to find a command or even close it programmatically, as a workaround to having to use the markup palette. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Close a markup

07-06-2007 11:12 AM in reply to: masa10789
Could you please clarify, Are you looking to close/collapse a markup on the sheet?

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Re: Close a markup

07-06-2007 12:20 PM in reply to: masa10789
I am looking for a programmatic way or an autocad command to close (dettach) an attached markup from a drawing. So after I attach a markup and am finished using it, I want to close (dettach) it from my drawing. But the only way I know how to close (dettach) it is to use the markup palette and choose the option "Close Markup DWF". IIs there any way to dettach the markup without having to use the markup palette?
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Re: Close a markup

07-20-2007 10:35 AM in reply to: masa10789
I'll try to get a reply for you shortly.

In the future, I'd suggest posting AutoCAD questions in the AutoCAD Discussions group, (this is the ARD Group).

Thank you.
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Re: Close a markup

07-20-2007 12:22 PM in reply to: masa10789
Here's what I've found out from our ACAD Designer.

There is no command to close a markup DWF. 
Can you give some info on the reason the user might want to do this?

If there were a command to close a marked DWF it would need to allow discreet selection of one of the many DWF markups. An alternative to this would be to leave the markup open and create a command to toggle the display of the DWF markups on/off as well as display of the DWF geometry. This would be similar to the existing controls in the Markup Set Manager.
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