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Topic Closedlsp needed for pasteclip to multiple coordinates

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    Posted: 22.Dec.2011 at 16:29
Hello every one...

Sorry if i have posted in wrong forum.

I am quite new to this forum. I have searched these forums for this code but i was not able to find it.

I am working with this daily routine of copying a block or some lines or plines to multiple co-ordinates and i am tired of it. Here is the routine that i follow.

1) copy (a set of lines) and specify a base point (usually a center).
2) pasteclip and enter coordinates manually at the prompt (specify insertion point).
3) pasteclip and enter coordinates manually again and again.


All I want to do is to copy the object or lines and then specify a csv file for the insertion point(s).

Thanks in advance.
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