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Batch recover and batch audit DWG drawings.

A - answer If you want to check (audit or recover) a whole directory of .DWG drawings (e.g. all XRefs), you can use a script file and a batch utility - e.g. ScriptPro.

Use QAFLAGS to suppress prompts in the Recover command. To recover (repair) a bunch of drawings use e.g.:

_RECOVER filename
_SAVEAS repaired\filename
To audit your drawings use:
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5.10.2005    12695x  
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See also:
Tip 9553:Complete thorough PURGE on a single click.
Tip 5871:How to batch-remove excessive annotation scale lists in DWGs?
Tip 5351:How to update drawing blocks with an updated version from a DWG file?
Tip 2560:How to get rid of unused blocks in a group of drawings?
Tip 2269:How to batch convert DWG drawings to DXF format?

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