We have AutoCad 2007 installed for several years. We lost some of the user's data files that were associated with AutoCad. Specifically the acad.cui file. We therefore have no toolbars. We cannot find the original cds. What can we do?
When a new profile (user) is created on a workstation (PC), all the
necessary items for that particular user is loaded in the APPDATA section.
The installation disc is not needed here - it's automatic, unless ACAD is corrupt altogether.
What I would suggest is to have a user that has not been on a particular station
log into that station, then have him/her start AutoCAD (for the first time).
Here's a safety copy of the acad.CUI that I have.
It has a date of sometime in 2007...
Thanks for the file. Now the only apparent problem is that the program is not recognizing any keyboard commands, such as "line". Any clue as to how to resolve that?
Search for acad.PGP. It should be in the enu/support folder.
I think I have an unmolested version here...
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