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    Hi, I'm using AutoCAD LT. Does anyone know if there is a command I can add in ACLT.MNS under CMDEFAULT so the Shortcut menu will have a "Repeat second to last Command"? I often find myself wanting to repeat my second to last command, for ex. if I draw a line, then erase it, I don't want to repeat the erase, I want to repeat the drawing a line. Can I somehow modify "ID_CMNonLast [&Repeat %s]^C^C;" to do this?

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    I would suggest using acad help to investigate the acad.pgp file. It gives a lot of keyboard shortcuts to acad commands. I'm sure LINE is there as L. Ergo, just hit L and you are back into the line command. You'll find a hell of a lot of us work this way, using keyboard shortcuts to speed up what we are doing.

    Oh, and welcome to the forum, mate.

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    There Is Another Idea. You Can Scroll Thru The Previously Used Command Using Up Arrow Key On The Keyboard & You Can Repeat Lot More Than Last Two Commands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipali View Post
    There Is Another Idea. You Can Scroll Thru The Previously Used Command Using Up Arrow Key On The Keyboard & You Can Repeat Lot More Than Last Two Commands.
    In addition to this you can use the down arrow key just in case you fly past the command you were after

    There is also another way I think I read in the Tips section where you enter a part command and hit the Tab key and it'll scroll through commands beginning as such...

    Further to this I'd echo Alans post with regard to keyboard shortcuts, and welcome from the UK too

    Edit: Further again to this there is a site with a list of default shortcuts, but it's on my work PC so can't access until Tuesday, but I think SLW posted it initially?
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