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How to sort DWG layouts numerically?

A - answer AutoCAD layouts are sorted alphabetically when printing or publishing. But alpha sorting does not sort properly sequentially numbered layouts - see the status in the dialog of the LOman utility:


With the LISP utility CADstudio LOman you can sort your layouts also numerically so that printing will give a proper, logical order:


You can download the LOman application from and load it with APPLOAD.

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15.2.2012    6796×  
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See also:
Tip 6910:An alternative way of switching layouts.

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