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AutoCad 2011acting erratic - is it me or is there issues with this version?

AutoCad 2011acting erratic - is it me or is there issues with this version?

AutoCad 2011acting erratic - is it me or is there issues with this version?

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When I go to STRETCH lines the selection set gets corrupted and things I don't want in the set get stretched too. Same with MOVE. I'm working on a large wiring diagram with lots of lines and text. It got to be too much on one drawing so I decided to make it into two...so I copied the entire drawing inside the first drawing and am working on the second drawing. I had no issue before this on the first drawing. ?

RE: AutoCad 2011acting erratic - is it me or is there issues with this version?

Do you have Parametric geometry constraints on? (see the Parametric tab, and lower left corner of your screen)

RE: AutoCad 2011acting erratic - is it me or is there issues with this version?

(OP)
Thanks...that was it.

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