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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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Autocad Menus: Standard Flyouts
Autocad Menus: Standard Flyouts
Explains how to add flyouts to a new toolbar.
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Autocad Menus: User-defined Flyouts
Autocad Menus: User-defined Flyouts
Define a new toolbar and then add it as a flyout to an existing toolbar.
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Autocad Menus: Building A Menu Template, Part 4
Autocad Menus: Building A Menu Template, Part 4
AutoLISP programs play a great role in building menu macros. You can write AutoLISP routines and save them in the MNL file. Later you can use them as menu commands. You can also use AutoLISP statements as menu macros. This tutorial will show you how to use AutoLISP statements in menu macros.
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Autocad Menus: Partial Menus
Autocad Menus: Partial Menus
AutoCAD menus, toolbars, and shortcut keys are defined with a base menu. This menu is by default acad.mnu. If you wish to add new menus to AutoCAD it is better to define them separately and add them as partial menus. Partial menus are managed with MENULOAD command. Although this tutorial is designed for AutoCAD 2004, it might be applicable for other releases.
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Use The Original Properties Toolbar Pen Color
Use The Original Properties Toolbar Pen Color
Use the original Properties Toolbar Pen Color -simply put your cursor over the pen color drop down menu and right click it.
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Applying Customization: Using Lisp To Build A Solid Pyramid-creation Macro
Applying Customization: Using Lisp To Build A Solid Pyramid-creation Macro
Now we will add to our knowledge of LISP and menu macros by constructing a macro that will create solid pyramids easily and quickly.
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Autocad Menus: User-defined Toolbar Buttons
Autocad Menus: User-defined Toolbar Buttons
Learn how to create toolbar buttons.
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Autocad Menus: Building A Menu Template, Part 4
Autocad Menus: Building A Menu Template, Part 4
AutoLISP programs play a great role in building menu macros. You can write AutoLISP routines and save them in the MNL file. Later you can use them as menu commands. You can also use AutoLISP statements as menu macros. This tutorial will show you how to use AutoLISP statements in menu macros.
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autocad threads
autocad threads
Autolisp file to create 3d threads. Load the lisp file from Tools -> load application menu and type the command "THREAD" on command line.
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Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Creating Shapes With Express Tools
Autocad 2004 Customization Tutorial: Creating Shapes With Express Tools
If you have not installed Express Tools, start AutoCAD 2004 setup program. In Install tab click Install Express Tools [Figure 1]. Follow the wizard to install the Express Tools. The first time you start AutoCAD the Express menu and toolbars will be enabled.
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Applying Customization: Building More Complicated Macros
Applying Customization: Building More Complicated Macros
Learn how to create more complicated macros by combining menu macro language with LISP expressions.
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Add/remove Pulldown Menu Using Cui
Add/remove Pulldown Menu Using Cui
Edit your pull-down menu using CUI in AutoCAD 2006.
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Applying Customization: Menu Name Tags
Applying Customization: Menu Name Tags
This month we`re going to explore how the name tags associated with menu macros can be used to customize AutoCAD.
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Autocad Menus: The Base Menu
Autocad Menus: The Base Menu
The AutoCAD pull down menus, shortcut menus, toolbars, toolbar buttons, and shortcut keys are defined within groups of files called menu files. Each group of menu files is called a menu group. The files of a menu group use the same name with different extensions.
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