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Easy archiving of a drawing set using a single command.

A - answer In the Sheet Set Manager palette right-click on the the sheet set name and choose "Archive..." from the context menu. Confirm archive settings or modify them using the Modify Archive Setup button.
You can also use the ARCHIVE command (or _-ARCHIVE) and enter the sheet set name.
AutoCAD performs automatic archiving to a compressed .ZIP file or selfextracting .EXE file, or to a specified folder e.g. on a backup media (disk).
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25.3.2004    7339×  

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