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How to compare two AutoCAD drawings and find differences?

A - answer Use the CompareDWG utility by Furix - see It finds both graphical, xdata, table and variable differences between two DWG drawings that look alike.

In AutoCAD Architecture, you can also use the "Drawing Compare" module.

Simple drawing compare functionality (DWF file compare) is included in the Autodesk Design Review application.

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