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    So, I never realized that people didn't know this, so just in case, I'll post it!

    In a 3D drawing, holding down the SHIFT key and clicking your mouse wheel in (like you're panning) will allow you to Orbit without having to invoke the 3DO command.

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    Default Two Line Button Text

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    The LISP new line switch can be used in the CUI for making the text in buttons multiline.

    For example typing "User Interface" into the name box of the button/command will display the name on one line.
    User Interface
    Typing "User\nInterface" into the box will display the text like:
    User
    Interface
    See the attached image for further clarification.
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