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The Quintessential Selection Set   31 Jul, 1998

This month, we'll look closely at the many options that exist in selecting objects-something we do quite frequently in our daily AutoCAD routine.More>>

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The Choice is Yours   30 Jun, 1998

This month, we depart from the normal discussion of how to program an application and, instead, look into the available application programmer interfaces (APIs).More>>

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Bonus Tools, the Final Chapter   30 Jun, 1998

This month, we'll explore the remaining tools in the R14 Bonus menu, beginning with the Bonus Draw commands and ending with a potpourri of useful utility tools.More>>

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AutoCAD R14 Bonus Tools, Part 3   31 May, 1998

Continuing on our path down the Bonus pulldown menus takes us to the Modify Cascading menu.More>>

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Manipulating Selection Set with VBA   30 Apr, 1998

We continue our journey into Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and explore how to use it with AutoCAD R14.01 for Windows by developing a global text editor.More>>

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It's BONUS time again! The Text Bonus Tools.   30 Apr, 1998

The Bonus tools fill our AutoCAD days with quick-and-easy routines that make the design process much more enjoyable.More>>

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