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AutoCAD Tips - How To Save Customised User Interfaces In AutoCAD LT

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AutoCAD-TipsIn this video you can learn how AutoCAD Workspaces can be used to save and share customised user interfaces.

This technique can be used in all versions of AutoCAD and is particularly useful for AutoCAD LT users as LT does not support AutoCAD Profiles that are frequently used to distribute a unified working experience on a company wide basis.

For more information on this please see my previous video, How to create AutoCAD Profiles.

Both workspaces and profiles can be used for more than just saving your preferred user interface, you can also use these to set up specific tool sets for particular types of projects where certain commands are needed over and over again, saving you time in drilling through menus to get to certain AutoCAD commands.

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