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How to find AEC objects with display overrides?

A - answer If you want to identify those Architectural objects with manually overridden display style (i.e. are not displayed in the standard way), you can use the function "Show display overrides" (SHOWDISPLAYOVERRIDES).

See the menu CAD Manager > AEC project standards > Show display overrides.

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