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AutoCAD 2013 - opening files

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    Posted: 27.Jan.2018 at 16:14
Good time of day. Sorry if wrong topic, but still... 
Such problem: installed AutoCAD 2013. When you open a file with two clicks AutoCAD is started, but the drawing is not displayed. When you click on the file, right-click and select "Open" the file opens normally, when you select "Open with" is also okay. Since the last 2 method is not very convenient, I want to understand what it is when you use the first way? Thanks in advance.
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