Mr. Turvill you are missing the questions.

Mr. Turvill,
You are missing the questions:
Write Protect (See Chip Harper) Dual Monitor (See Luig)
Regards,
Aa

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What did I miss? Dual monitors have nothing to do with whether or not one can operate in multiple document mode, and the way to un-write protect a file is to, well, un-write protect it. Yes, Chip gave more detail, but I can't see how someone (i.e., the OP) can presume to use an application like AutoCAD without knowing the first thing about file management in Windows.
Anyway, I didn't see any better answers from you ... ___

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In alt.cad.autocad , Paul Turvill wrote :

I agree Paul, if someone asked me how to start their car I would take their keys away :-) ron
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Mr. Turvill,
You are missing the questions:
----------------------------------------------- Write Protect. See answer from Mr.Chip Harper:
Locate the file in windows browser, right click on it and choose properties. Uncheck the Read Only status and OK.
Your answer Mr. Turvill: Turn write protection off ... ? ------------------------------------------------ Dual Monitor. See answer from Luig and below reply from Dennis:
THANKS L (Luig) YES, THAT WORKS. I thought I could get a situation like Microstation, which actually has a setting for dual monitors. Dennis ------------------------------------------------
In alt.cad.autocad , Paul Turvill wrote :
but I can't see how someone (i.e., the OP) can presume to use an application like AutoCAD without knowing the first thing about file management in Windows. ----------------------------------------------- Mr. Turvill:
At one point, we were all new to these environments and probably you didn't presume, probably you asked questions. "I haven't forgot those times" You have been in these newsgroups for a long time, I am sure you have abundant knowledge in AutoCad, knowledge we could all benefit if you share with us.
THE GOLDEN RULE "TREAT OTHERS AS YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE TREATED."
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While Paul's comments here are generally short, they are also generally dead-on accurate. If his tone offends you, may I suggest that you ignore his posts.
Someone in a VBA NG took a tone similar (albeit harsher) to Paul's some time ago. Funny thing is, if the responder had not taken the tone he did, I wouldn't have gotten the point.
Bottom line is that this NG, with input from folks such as Paul, provides a wealth of free information. If you want polite, maybe call a local 'consultant'. They will be much more pleasant, but they likely won't have as much knowledge as this group, nor will they volunteer.
If you want answers, come here and quit being so sensitive.
Just my $0.02, of course. Feel free to disagree with me.
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Yo, Paul! Are you being paid to post in here, answering questions? And being paid by "aa" to answer questions the way that s/he wants you to?
YIKES! I had not seen such a job listed in the want ads.
On Mon, 16 Feb 2004 08:06:48 -0800, in alt.cad.autocad,"Paul

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Glen Appleby wrote:

It's threads like this that keep me coming back. :)
Doug T
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