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Migrate Drawing Settings
Tip# 4054 By Dave Kimme On 19-Jan-2013
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Categories : Standardize Data, LISP Code Modules
Software type : AutoCAD 2013
Rename File To : SetOut.lsp
Export drawing settings to a file, then import them into a different drawing.

This AutoCAD routine enables you to export drawing settings to a file, then import them into a different drawing. The author, Dave Kimme, has specified certain system variables in the LISP routine, but you should probably review them and make changes according to your needs. After you have done this, load the LISP file SetOut.lsp and run the command SetOut. There is no other input needed; the settings are written to a file for your use. It actually writes another LISP file titled SetIn.lsp. You simply load SetIn.lsp on the destination drawing, and that's it — there isn't even a command to run.

 

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