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stefanmutz View Drop Down

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    Posted: 18.Aug.2022 at 16:51
Hello everybody out there i´m happy that like this exist.

Maybe someone can give me an advice how to handle my problem:
I´m using Autocad Map 3d 2022.

I´ve downloaded Click2xls and put it into a folder on the desktop.
When i click on the symbol Windows asks me with which Programm i want to open the file.
I´ve never been asked that before.
In the past it just did what it had to do.
So if anybody knows what i have to do i would really appreciate it.
There are too many coordinates to transfer. 

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Thanks for your inquiry. Please note that .VLX and .LSP files are VisuaLISP add-ons for AutoCAD. You will need to load these files into your AutoCAD to use them. You can perform this load e.g. with the APPLOAD command or just by dragging the file to your AutoCAD window.

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Edited by Vladimir Michl - 19.Aug.2022 at 07:50
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