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Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 4:51:47 AM | Export fills to layers

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Hello to everyone

I want to know if is possible to export fills to specific layers in autocad? At this moment i'm working in a project, and in the floor plan, i had a fill over the circulation zone, but also, i had a fill in a 2d representation of the stair. When i export to file to autocad, all the fills go to the same layer. Is possible to made waht i metion at the beggining? (export fills to especific layers)

 

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