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How to quit all open drawings without saving?

A - answer If you want to quickly close (abandon, quit) all drawings opened in your AutoCAD session, without saving and without any prompts and questions, you can use the following VisualLISP macro:
;Quit all drawings without saving (CAD Studio -
(defun C:QuitAll ( / dwg)
 (vlax-for dwg (vla-get-Documents (vlax-get-acad-object))
  (if (= (vla-get-active dwg) :vlax-false)(vla-close dwg :vlax-false))
 (command "._close" "_y")
Save this code to a LSP file (or download the ready-made QuitAll.lsp) and load it in AutoCAD using APPLOAD. The command QuitAll then closes all opened drawings and leaves AutoCAD in a "zero-doc" state. Please use this command carefully - all unsaved changes will be lost!

To quit multiple DWG drawings including optional save, use the Express Tools command QQUIT.

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12.1.2011    11362×  
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See also:
Tip 11769:How to convert border lines (rails) to a surface?
Tip 11757:How to change blocks properties ex-post: annotative, allow exploding, scale uniformly
Tip 11614:How to reorder custom properties in a dynamic block?
Tip 11497:Automatic grouping of drawing objects.
Tip 11276:Inactive drawing, inactive commands after starting AutoCAD.

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