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    Default Cad standards checker settings & enforcement

    Does anyone know if in acad 2005 you can have the cad standards checker be set to only check dim styles and/or text styles and ignore layers. I ask because we will soon be getting it. Additionally, can one force the checker to be on for all users, say thru acaddoc.lsp?

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    Default Re: Cad standards checker settings & enforcement

    Yes to selecting only the features one wants to enforce the standards on.
    I would suggest using the Batch Standards checker, rather than attempting
    to run the standards checker at the beginning of the drawing session, as the
    user hasn't had a chance to make an non-standard entries yet. Perhaps
    redefining the SAVE or OPEN command to call the checker after they have
    worked in the drawing would be a better approach.

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    Default Re: Cad standards checker settings & enforcement

    Thank you.
    Last edited by pmedina; 2004-06-28 at 11:38 AM. Reason: spelling error

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