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A consultant  one send an AutoCad file created with the free education version hence the plotstamp. My version is a full version, yet I keep getting this caution on opening, the file and also once a drawing was reference or has anything to do  with consultants file (even after deleting a references and purging) I get the caution on opening and the drawings are stamped with created by educational version once printed. How can I remove it.

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You can try saving the offending file(s) as DXF's (2000 version) and reloading.

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