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    Default Which command to FLATSHOT in ver 2006

    Is there a command to project the 3D model onto the XY plane, like the FLATSHOT command in ver 2013?

















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    Default Re: Which command to FLATSHOT in ver 2006

    FLATTEN is what we used to use back in the day, does that work for you?
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    Default Re: Which command to FLATSHOT in ver 2006

    Also, look into SOLPROF, SOLVIEW, and SOLDRAW
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    Default Re: Which command to FLATSHOT in ver 2006

    Thank you duhvinci and ccowgill

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