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Cluster of lines

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    Posted: 11.Feb.2020 at 17:49
I was wondering if anyone knows why I have a huge cluster of line work when I open a drawings. The drawing was made with Autocad 2017. Im using  2020 to open it. They are machine but you can not make them out
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Either upload a copy of the drawing or an image so we can see what exactly you are talking about.
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