I have about (5) different styles of mleaders defined. They are styles 1 thru 5. Style 1 is a 2 line leader with arrowhead, style 2 is a one line leader with arrowhead style 3 is a 2 line leader with dot, etc. I typically use style 1 and I have that as my default setting. When I need a different style leader, I have to open the mleaderstyle dialog box, change the style, draw the leader, open the dialog box again and change back to style 1. I would like to write a lisp routine to do this (i.e. when I enter 'LDR2' it automatically changes the mleader style to '2', I then draw the leader, and then it changes the mleader style back to '1'). I have not been able to find a command or function that I can put into a lisp routine that will change the style of an mleader. Is there an easy way tio do this?