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    as Cad has said, look at your PGP file, most of...

    as Cad has said, look at your PGP file, most of the AutoCAD commands have a "shortcut" already defined there. If you have express tools installed there is a section for something like "command alias...
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    In that case you can create your own toolbar and...

    In that case you can create your own toolbar and put your own layer settings on each button. I can't help you as I'm at home and don't trust my memory. Have a look in the FAQ to see if there is a...
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    I think the reply was for you but if you are...

    I think the reply was for you but if you are using LT I don't think you have any lisp functionality - so it won't work. Another problem is know very little about LT so can't be of too much help...
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    to change a current layer I drop the layer list...

    to change a current layer I drop the layer list down (TL corner of my screen) and click on it there.

    In fact I don't change current layers that often. I tend to draw everything on 0 then change...
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    Cad64 - I didn't kow that! (Shows how often I use...

    Cad64 - I didn't kow that! (Shows how often I use menus.) I have always either modified it from outside Acad or have used the Express|Tools|Command Alias editor. Your one is better.
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    interesting isn't it. The 2 fastest in our office...

    interesting isn't it. The 2 fastest in our office only use the keyboard with everything defined in one or two keystrokes (plus <space>). It is painful watching all the others using menus and...
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