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January 04, 2007

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roger lehutsky

I was in sheet set up manager and got a message to update a new version to 7.0. When it tried to update it finished with the message something like "could not update bad script file".

Now it will not open at all. Typing in ssm does not work. Anybody have any ideas? Where is this file stored and what is its name?
Thanks

Scott Sheppard

The "7.0" makes me think you are updating to version 7.0 of the Autodesk DWF Viewer. The first step would be to uninstall the Autdoesk DWF Viewer and reinstall. That is much less traumatic then uninstalling/re-installing AutoCAD. The DWF Viewer can be downloaded and installed from http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/mform?id=8315020&siteID=123112. On the surface, there should be no relationship between the viewer and the sheet set manager. I am only basing this on how you have described the problem.

Hikmet

Hello,

when I am working with Sheet Manager,
When I give the comand "Update Frame Layer" I got this message,

Unable to locate style in database: Metric: Profile Chainage | Frame Top -
Align. Sta. Tick Mark

how can I solve this problem,
thank you,

Hikmet Dasci
Survey Eng.

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