Drawing-Recovery-Manager

Drawing Recovery Manager

Drawing Recovery Manager

Displays a list of all drawing files that were open at the time of a program or system
failure.

You can preview and open each drawing or backup file to choose which one should be
saved as the primary DWG file.

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Backup Files

Displays the drawings that may need to be recovered after a program or system failure.
A top-level drawing node contains a set of files associated with each drawing. If
available, up to four files are displayed including

  • The recovered drawing file saved at the time of a program failure (DWG, DWS)
  • The automatic save file, also called the “autosaveâ€‌ file (SV$)
  • The drawing backup file (BAK)
  • The original drawing file (DWG, DWS)

Once a drawing or backup file is opened and saved, the corresponding top-level drawing
node is removed from the Backup Files area.

Details

Provides the following information about the currently selected node in the Backup
Files area:

  • When a top-level drawing node is selected, information about each available drawing
    or backup file associated with the original drawing is displayed.
  • When an individual drawing or backup file is selected, additional information about
    that file is displayed.

Preview

Displays a thumbnail preview of the currently selected drawing or backup file.

Shortcut Menu Options

Right-click a drawing node, drawing or backup file, or a blank area in the Backup
Files area to display a shortcut menu with relevant options.

Open All

Opens all the drawing and backup files associated with the selected, top-level drawing
node.

Remove

Removes the selected, top-level drawing node.

Open

Opens the selected drawing or backup file for drawing recovery. You can select multiple
files using Shift and Ctrl.

Properties

Displays the File Properties dialog box from Windows Explorer for the selected drawing
or backup file.

Expand All

Expands all top-level drawing nodes. Access this option by right-clicking a blank
area in the Backup Files area.

Collapse All

Collapses all top-level drawing nodes. Access this option by right-clicking a blank
area in the Backup Files area.

Learning AutoCad

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