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Introduction to Customizing AutoCAD
Introduction to Customizing AutoCAD
This tutorial shows how to create keyboard shortcuts and customize AutoCAD's menus. This tutorial is part of a free and complete course.
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Customizing Toolbars(part Ii)
Customizing Toolbars(part Ii)
Creating new toolbars is about as easy as modifying existing ones. One use of a new toolbar is to reconfigure existing AutoCAD toolbar buttons to your own tastes. Another is to create a palette of custom buttons which launch custom commands such as VBA, Lisp, or other macros. If you follow our belief in the 80-20 rule, custom toolbars are for you.
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Customizing Ucs Icon
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Customizing Ucs Icon
AutoCAD uses a special icon to show the user coordinate system (UCS) orientation and/or location. The icon is called UCS icon. The UCSICON command is responsible for management and customization of this icon.
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Customizing Toolbars(part I)
Customizing Toolbars(part I)
We love toolbars. About 90% of our commands are launched from single-click toolbar buttons. We use no flyouts and our toolbars change as needed. We firmly believe in the 80-20 rule, that is, you use 20% of the commands 80% of the time.
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Customizing the 
Mechanical Layering System
Customizing the Mechanical Layering System
AutoCAD Mechanical tips
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Customizing The Status Bar At The Bottom Of Autocad
Customizing The Status Bar At The Bottom Of Autocad
With the introduction of AutoCAD 2004 and 2005 the Status Bar area was redesigned to allow for users to toggle some of the controls on and off. So if you are like me and rarely use Grid and Snap you will find it nice to be able to turn them off. Follow the steps below to control the display of some of the buttons in the Status Bar area.
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Customizing Toolbars(part Iii)
Customizing Toolbars(part Iii)
Creating custom toolbar buttons provides you the ability to access your own commands or macros with single click ease. Although it is a bit more involved than modifying existing toolbars or creating new toolbars, it is well worth the effort.
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Automating Autocad 2
Automating Autocad 2
This month follows up with the next level of tool-making in which you create your own tool, button image included. It€™s quite fun, really, and once you have learned the key features of this customizing procedure, you will find many opportunities to give it a try. I also have included another real-time application involving the fundamentals of paper space, along with some insights into what I refer to as the poor man€™s document management utility...
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Customizing Your Cad Environment
Customizing Your Cad Environment
We all have certain idiosyncratic methods of working, why not set AutoCAD to optimize these methods?
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Customization Corner: Customizing Toolbars
Customization Corner: Customizing Toolbars
Just like pull-downs, toolbars are commonly found in most Windows based applications. They provide for a quick way to access commands, while being compact in size to help reduce screen real estate problems. From past experience in training individuals on AutoCAD, new users are able to pick up on the concept of toolbars much faster than they can pull-down menus. It seems that most people recognize and relate to a picture faster than one can read...***Free Registration Required***
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Make Your UI Your Own - AutoCAD 2009
Make Your UI Your Own - AutoCAD 2009
Video shows exploring task-based ribbon, quick access toolbar, customizing menu of shortcuts
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Customizing AutoCAD 2009 Quick Properties Window
Customizing AutoCAD 2009 Quick Properties Window
View and edit properties of selected object in AutoCAD 2009, simple customization options, more
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Quick Tips for Customizing the CUI
Quick Tips for Customizing the CUI
Use right-click menu for copying command in AutoCAD
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Customizing Your Editing Environment
Customizing Your Editing Environment
Customizing double-click edit commands in CUI and viewport to display Properties command in AutoCAD 2007
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Customizing the Size and Colors of the User Interface
Customizing the Size and Colors of the User Interface
You can change the font size and background color of AutoCAD UI by changing appearances in desktop properties
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