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Sat, Nov 12, 2011 at 10:20:06 PM | Dimensioning with linked DWG files

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awoolies


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Hi,

When I dimension using an element in a linked DWG file as a reference and then if I have to reload the linked file, the dimension gets deleted and it becomes frustrating when there are so many dimensions like that - you can imagine. Is there a way to control this so that the dimensions do not get deleted when reloading the linked files? Appreciate any one's help!

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