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Where can I find BatchPlot for AutoCAD 2005 and higher?

A - answer The BatchPlot plot utility was replaced by an internal AutoCAD function. The new PUBLISH command has more options than BatchPlot and is easier to use.
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Tip 3814:How to batch plot DWG drawings even without AutoCAD?
Tip 919:How to batch convert AutoCAD 2000i DWGs to DWF format?

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