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    Posted: 10.Dec.2012 at 16:14
When I open up a drawing I get a message that says "Fail to create CommCntrClientSink object!" Could someone tell me what this means and how to keep it from popping up every time I open a drawing                            

Thanks, Kipper
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10.Dec.2012 at 20:12
Thank you for your reply. This seemed to work. On the   0-10 scale you get 10.

   Thanks again,
     Kipper                                   
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