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  1. Hi, I want to know if I can get a compacted guide into quickly and effectively save all my autocad settings in a computer to be used elsewhere. My personal settings include: 1. alias 2. autolisp that are loaded in the cui 3. an escape autolisp that is part of the right click context edit menu 4. re-arrangement of short cut menu (i.e addition of dimension linear, dimension aligned, plot) 5. new menu with new macros 6. option profiles 7. plot styles 8. hatches 9. libraries of block 10. palette 11. workspace I know the list is long and can be longer and most of the time as I switch from one computer to another, there is the same repetitive task of copying, resettings and so on. Are there any effecitve way to transform an autocad post with all my settings at once, that effectively save all the settings and the files and the blocks and templates and effectively load all of them onto a new working post. Somewhere it looks impossible, at least in its totality but who knows this may be possible. Regards, Nicolas.
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