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Recovery of Document

CAD drafting Recovery of Document 0   nanoCAD button – Utilities >CAD software Recovery of Document 1 Recover

CAD drawing Recovery of Document 2   Menu: File – Drawing Utilities > CAD drafting Recovery of Document 3 Recover

CAD software Recovery of Document 4 Command line: RECOVER

The command allows recover a document that cannot be opened.

Full recovery and correction of all errors are not guaranteed.

After command launch, a standard dialog box to open a file appears, you have to select the folder and the name of the damaged file and after that click the Open button.

The report is shown in the command line and is similar to the report of the Audit command:


AcDbLine(117689). Error:: Inactive XData handle (1157FE) was found.

Audit: Invalid.

Fixed:: Replaced: Set to Null.


AcDbArc(11768A). Error:: Inactive XData handle (1157FE) was found.

Audit: Invalid.

Fixed:: Replaced: Set to Null.


AcDbCircle(119E1F). Error:: Inactive Z coordinate - 1e+100 was found.

Audit: Invalid.

Fixed:: Replaced: Set to 0.


For more convenient viewing of the protocol at the end of the check, you can call up a text window by pressing the F2 key .


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