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    Then, the acaddoc.lsp file is not in the autocad support path. Once you succeed to place it there, every time you open autocad or any subsequent drawing file, your layer will be there and will be set as current.

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    ok I put it in the startup suite and it waorks perfectly, thanks all for your help!! And thanks Paulmcz for the lisp. Apologies for the slow brain I blame my kids

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    You are welcome. I hope your kids can handle you blaming them. Do they even know?

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    not yet, they're not even three years old, but I'll be sure to tell them when they are old enough! !

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