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    Can anyone tell me how to execute a lisp once I have the code in a notepad file and saved as .lsp.

    How do I find the command to run the lisp?

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    Use APPLOAD to load the LISP into a drawing. To have it permanently loaded, place it in your Start-up Suite, also. The command is at the beginning of the code following "defun c:".
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    Also at command line (Load "c:/autocad/company/support/lisps/mylisp") our lisps are in one directory and we have added that to the support paths so becomes easier (load "mylisp")
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