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AutoCAD Tip – Edit Your Command Aliases

3 Nov, 2009

If you occasionally key in commands, you are no doubt using the AutoCAD command aliases. Command aliases are shortened versions of the full-length commands and are completely customizable. Join Lynn as she shows you the easiest way to set up your command aliases so they work the way you do! (Works in AutoCAD 2000 and later.)


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