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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Why do different drawings of the same objects in AutoCAD have different file sizes?

I’m currently taking an AutoCAD course, and have noticed that even though everybody in the class is drawing the same thing, everybody has different file sizes. What’s going on?

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One Response to “Why do different drawings of the same objects in AutoCAD have different file sizes?”
  1. adelino says:

    They are too many things that cause this depending what the layers are using, line thickness color how many times the drawing was opened and saved also how many was using the delete command and so on remember every time when you open AutoCAD and you edit the drawing AutoCAD makes new files that called them bak files

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