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Just PURGE - no question asked.

A - answer If you want to perform a PURGE in your drawing, without any interactive questions, you can use the commandline version of this command: -PURGE, or a simple LISP macro:
  1. Either add the following menu macro to your menu:

    _-PURGE;_All;*;_N;

  2. Or add the the following LISP macro:

    (vl-load-com)(vla-purgeall (vla-get-activedocument (vlax-get-acad-object)))

    Or use LISP to define your own new command PURGEA:

      
    (defun C:PURGEA ()  
    (vl-load-com)  
    (vla-purgeall (vla-get-activedocument (vlax-get-acad-object)))  
    (prin1)  
    )  
    
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See also:
Tip 12592:How to automatically purge old backup files .BAK?
Tip 12198:How to remove duplicate points and COGO points from a DWG?
Tip 12191:How to preset options in the Purge dialog?
Tip 11439:Replace block instances (incl. dynamic) with another block.
Tip 11210:Largest number of versions among Vault documents.


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