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  1. Hello all .. new to the board, my first post. I am cleaning up a number of drawings (sometimes 100 or 150 at a time) and am trying to set up a couple LISP routines to help. Can anyone help with creating a routine that combines the Lengthen command with a total distance of 30. Also, Lengthen, straight to the dynamic setting. The second would be to combine the Circle command with a radius of 30 and then being able to trim objects to the newly created circle. There are only a few keystrokes for each command to start with but when I have to preform them 4 or 5 times for each drawing x 100 or 150 drawings it would save a tremendous amount of time to be able to just have 1 keystroke. I am new to writing/editing LISP routines so any help would be greatly appreciated.
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