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jarrad27
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Export setup to a txt file

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07-11-2013 04:40 AM

I have created an export to dwg setup in one project. I would like to be able to use that export setup in another project. I have searched the discussion groups, and apparently you can create a txt file of your export setup. I've tried, searched, and can't figure that one out. Any help is appreciated. Thank you in advance for any assistance.

 

Jarrad27

I don't see a way to export these options to a .txt file. You can use 'Transfer Project Standards' from the Manage tab to import the settings into another Project. Make sure you have both Projects open* and have the Project that you want to import the settings into the active Project . In the dialog following Transfer Project Standards, ensure that the "Copy From:" at the top displays the correct Project. Then, simple click "Check None" and then find "DWG/DXF Export Setup Settings" from the list and check the box.

 

*I transferred my export settings to a blank project and saved it. That way, I don't have to open another entire Project from which to copy it, just this specific blank one.

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Re: Export setup to a txt file

07-11-2013 06:46 AM in reply to: jarrad27

I don't see a way to export these options to a .txt file. You can use 'Transfer Project Standards' from the Manage tab to import the settings into another Project. Make sure you have both Projects open* and have the Project that you want to import the settings into the active Project . In the dialog following Transfer Project Standards, ensure that the "Copy From:" at the top displays the correct Project. Then, simple click "Check None" and then find "DWG/DXF Export Setup Settings" from the list and check the box.

 

*I transferred my export settings to a blank project and saved it. That way, I don't have to open another entire Project from which to copy it, just this specific blank one.

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