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Thursday, April 8, 2010

The Options of AutoCAD 2010-Open Save Tab-Part 1 - Excremental Save Percentage

Don't they mean Excremental Save Percentage?

Incremental Save Percentage

Sets the percentage of potentially wasted space in a drawing file. Full saves eliminate wasted space by resorting and compressing file information. Incremental saves are faster but they increase the size of your drawing. If you set Incremental Save Percentage to 0, every save is a full save. For optimum performance, set the value to 50. If hard disk space becomes an issue, set the value to 25. If you set the value to 20 or less, performance of the SAVE and SAVEAS commands slows significantly. (ISAVEPERCENT system variable). If you are in and out of drawings all day then you will be doing Full saves all the time. If you spend a lot of time in the same file, then your quick saves “QS” will be faster but take up more space -this is usually not an issue for most users. Leave it set to 50.
Read More if you're still using ManualCAD>>The Options of AutoCAD 2010-Open Save Tab-Part 1


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