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I have redlined a drawing in VoloView but I cannot see my markups when I open the drawing in AutoCAD.

A - answer Redlines are not saved directly in the DWG. Most "markup" applications work this way - they don't want to modify the original drawing - so redlines are saved to separate files, and you need to load such files into AutoCAD (or VoloView) manually (they are loaded in a separate layer).

You can use a simple AutoCAD macro to load a DWG file and - at the same time - the RML markup of the same name (in the same folder).
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