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    Default error message "No symbol dfined"

    When trying to use any of the section callouts from the ADT 2007 tool palletes I am receiving the message above. I have not changed the location of the tool palletes or the images for reference. I have drawn a simple 2-D detail and would like to use the section callout to reference a plan cut (also in 2-D).
    Please, any help would be much appreciated.

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    Default Re: error message "No symbol dfined"

    Try repairing your install of ADT. Sounds like the content may have been moved. Also make sure you are using the document workspace and ADT profile.
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    Default Re: error message "No symbol dfined"

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Bennett View Post
    Try repairing your install of ADT. Sounds like the content may have been moved. Also make sure you are using the document workspace and ADT profile.
    check the aec content path

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