I just had to rebuild a large toolbar after upgrading to Autocad 2011. I had to scroll through the old version's MNU file to locate and extract the information. Then I had to copy/paste the information from the text to the new toolbar. Luckily I had the Icon bitmaps saved and didn't have to recreate them.
Is there a way to export the code from a custom toolbar that can then be imported into another version or copy of Autocad?
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CUI command in R2011 has a TRANSFER tab that lets you open an older or 'other' menu CUIx (or MNU or CUI or MNS) file and drag/drop content (toolbars, pulldown menus and more) from old into new.
Was that not an option for you? You can repeat with any menu file.
if this is a centralized menu you want to add to multiple users, tap that HELP button, look up ENTERPRISE CUIx and implement that instead.
Can somseone just type out a step-by-step with screen shots of what to do when you want/need to share custom commands and toolbars with other members on your team via a common network. Where it ican be found when you don't know how to save as a custom file to a custom location. How to use the Transfer feature in the CUI. It's help is very vague at best. Why does every answere to these types of questions assume the poster has a doctract's degree in programming. Isn't that why they post question because they don't know? Frustrating to say the least. ACAD's help is the same way, very little or no help at all. Would someone please address these issues?
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