I have one question on full screen mode.
In browsers like IE, F11 toggles full screen mode and there will be nothing else except the page content. In Autocad, I am only aware of Ctrl + 0 to make the ribbon disappear which is the closest to F11 browser result. Is there other ways to get a larger view?
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Ctrl+0 is the shortcut for Clear Screen, (it's also in the very bottom right by default). If the tabs are getting in your way, you can double click the headers (where it says Home, View, Insert, Annotate, etc) to toggle various display sizes, one of which is just the headers and no buttons, which is great cause you just hover over them .You can get rid of some of the subtabs like the Model\Layout one for a bit more space too. School has just a 17" 4:3 monitor which sucks compared to my 28" wide at home.
I think the best way is to start shutting down what you don't want to see on screen and then save that to a workspace. Cleanscreen cuts out too much for me, I still need the menubar on and a few of my tool palettes.
I have CTRL+R to On/Off Ribbon; P0/P1 to Off/On all Palettes; and of course with all the standard CTRL+0, 1, 2, 3, 4, .., 9, I am good to go.
All the CTRL + something are defined and can be changed in CUI/Shortcut Keys. P0 and P1 is just my custom aliases for HIDEPALETTES and SHOWPALETTES commands.
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