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    Question Erase multiple over lapping line without erasing original

    DOES ANYONE HAVE A LISP FILE TO ERASE MULTIPLE OVER LAPPING LINES WITH OUT ERASING THE ORIGINAL.

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    Default Re: Erase multiple over lapping line without erasing original

    Express Tools has a "Delete duplicate objects" tool. Look under Express - Modify
    Works well with lots of options. This might work for you.

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    Default Re: Erase multiple over lapping line without erasing original

    Express Tools has the OVERKILL command, menu> Delete duplicate objects.

    Beat me by a few seconds, Joe.
    C:> ED WORKING....

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    Default Re: Erase multiple over lapping line without erasing original

    Quote Originally Posted by eljobe
    Beat me by a few seconds, Joe.
    there's a first for everything!

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