I don't know of anything within Autocad itself, but Autodesk probably
have something. Have a look at their website.
Also, have a look at http://www.archsoft.co.uk/dwgreg.htm . I've never
used it - but I know at least one large firm that does.
On Sun, 25 Nov 2007 23:44:01 -0800 (PST), strawberry
I had already looked at Autodesk's web site, and done various searches
on the wwweb long before I posted this question.
I had seen the Archetype sw/website already, and determined that it is
NOT at all oriented toward use for mechanical drawings, but rather
architects, hence the name. It MAY work, with limitations for what I
want, but is a really serious compromise for our situation.
I have seen a few drawing register implementations for specific
companies, mostly civil construction companies, for in-house packages
thrown together to suit their specific needs, but nothing generic for
mechanical manufacturing applications.
I appreciate your attempt to help me out here, Straw, but I am really
appalled at the lack of any worthwhile response from a group thought
to be as "on-the-ball" with drafting solutions such as this.
I guess, even though we are closing down 2007 here, it's just like it
always has been - if you want something that works for you, build it
On Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:33:21 -0500, "Michael Bulatovich"
Now that's funny!
I ask if (alt.cad.autocad,comp.cad.autocad) is the correct forum to
ask a straightforward Autocad question, and you need a smiley to tell
I am being sarcastic?
I suppose when you take in a show at the Firehall you need someone to
hold up those "LAFF NOW" signs for you, eh, hahahahahaha?
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