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How to summarize polyline areas in AutoCAD LT?

A - answer To measure and sum-up areas (acreage) of selected closed polylines/polygons (per-layer table) in your drawing you can use the "Report Areas" function from the LT Extension addon utility.

The resulting table can be pasted to Excel, Word or back in the drawing.

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