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    Quote Originally Posted by nextvkin View Post
    A year's been a great help, I've been using your modified macro successfully for a year now in FULL ACAD, but now I need it for LT; are you (or anyone) able to modifiy the original macro so it'll work in LT ie without the lisp expression? Thanks.
    Are you the one who asked this question in my blog? If not, here is the macro which works well with AutoCAD LT

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    hi, i have a problem statement. i have to calculate total area of each layer which are scattered in the diagram.and export the layers information to excel.i have to write a macro in autocad.plz it would be grateful.

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