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    Question Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Dose anybody know if there is a update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    This was a very useful tool that i used in connection with AutoCAD 2006.
    Drawing tabs place navigation tabs at the bottom of the ACAD edit window.The tabs are present whenever you have two or more drawings open at the same time.To navigate from one drawing to another all you have to do is select the appropriate tab.

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    Default Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    In 2k5 there was a command TASKBAR that would put tabs for each drawing. Don't know if that went the way of the Dodo or not thought.
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    Default Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Baghera
    In 2k5 there was a command TASKBAR that would put tabs for each drawing. Don't know if that went the way of the Dodo or not thought.
    It's still there, but I have yet to see anyone who likes to clutter up the taskbar with a button for *each drawing*

    DocBar [ http://www.cadwerx.net/Products/DocBar20/CxDocBar.asp ] is 2007 ready.

    Dotsoft's DWGSTRIP is 2007 ready also (at least as part of ToolPac - http://www.dotsoft.com/toolpac.htm ) - not sure about the standalone freebie found at http://www.dotsoft.com/freestuff.htm

    You might want to contact the author of Drawing Tabs [ http://www.caelink.com/cae-link.htm ] to find out about their plans to support 2007. Same for AcadXTabs [ http://www.caddzone.com/acadxtabs/index.htm ]
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    Default Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Hi "pkennedy.71515" ( Sorry, I do not know your real name )

    Please note I have *moved* this thread from the AutoCAD Tips & Tricks forum to this one, as I feel this particular forum is a more appropriate place for such a topic.

    Thanks, Mike

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    Smile Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Hi Mike,

    My real name is Paul Kennedy and thank you for putting me into the right forum

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    Default Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Diffent strokes for different foks
    It beats using the Ctrl F6 to jump between different layouts.

    Thanks for the info guys

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    Thumbs up Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by pkennedy.71515
    Hi Mike,

    My real name is Paul Kennedy and thank you for putting me into the right forum
    Hi Paul

    No worries... and good luck.

    Mike

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    Thumbs up Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    I will keep you all posted on wether or not
    CAE-Link Corporation plan to support ADT2007

    Regards,

    Paul

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    Cool Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by rkmcswain
    It's still there, but I have yet to see anyone who likes to clutter up the taskbar with a button for *each drawing*
    ~waves to be seen~ I used to use docbar, as it's obviously a very nifty thing, but, now I just use taskbar... not saying it's the best way, it's just what I do.
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    Wink Re: Is there an update for doctabs for use with AutoCAD2007 ?

    Good news for all who love to use doctabs.
    It will be avaible to download from CAE-Link Corporation website in the next couple of weeks. http://www.caelink.com

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