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    Default DWG Trueview Association Window

    Hi All,
    When you start DWG Trueview for the very first time, it pops up a "DWG Association" window giving you 4 options relating to using Trueview as your default drawing viewer (see attached screenshot).
    QUESTION: How do I get this window to pop up again, so I can change to another option..?
    I'd like to think there is a simple answer, but I just can't find it.
    It's bothering me because it now means that every time I use Trueview, I have to re-associate AutoCAD back to my default. (BTW, I'm using Trueview 2020). I am aware that closing and opening AutoCAD will re-associate it, but I don't want to have to do that mid-way thru the day just for that purpose.
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    Default Re: DWG Trueview Association Window

    IDK. I just read your last sentence again, so I guess the way that Autodesk has designed this to work is not for you: AutoCAD DWG Launcher.

    I suppose you could hard-code DWG files to launch with whatever version you want.
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