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Task Scheduler returns zipped files while exporting IDW to DXF

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12-14-2011 03:04 PM

Hello

 

Please advise

I need to export my IDW drawings to DXF.

As long there are lot of files I wish the Task Scheduler will do that job.

It actually does but only with "File" option. I mean I cannot take a whole Folder

since there is no DXF option and should click each file and set the DXF there.

 

The second big problem it returns zipped DXF files, I cannot get rid of that. Please advise how?

Is it about the ini file??

Regards,

Orest Yavtushenko

Hi Orest,

 

I hope the attached video can help.

 

Kind regards,

 

Alessandro

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Re: Task Scheduler returns zipped files while exporting IDW to DXF

12-15-2011 09:34 AM in reply to: Orest_iy

Hi Orest,

 

I hope the attached video can help.

 

Kind regards,

 

Alessandro



Alessandro Gasso
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Re: Task Scheduler returns zipped files while exporting IDW to DXF

12-15-2011 11:04 AM in reply to: alessandro.gasso

Alessandro

 

Thank you for the great advice!

I have checked it, it works great!

I am sure it worth more than one kudos but I can check only one.

 

I have a lot of plates to be cut by laser. Guys need DXF and it must be

2004 one. I can do both get rid of zipping and at once set the 2004 version,

work more surely with less errors and spend at least an hour more smart

vs clicking between Inventor-Scheduler-Mechanical..

 

Thank you,

Orest Yavtushenko

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