And lisp needs 2 "\"'s when used literally...
^C^C(netload "C:\\AutoLisp\\AutoCAD_Project_SurveyFix.dll") Surveyfix;
Thanks for these comments - it's working great now
Can commands (e.g. DLL as discussed, Lisp routines, simple macros) be added to the Toolbox rather than a Tool Palette??
I've added a DLL to the toolbox and it works fine - but can't work out if it is possible to add Lisp and macros to the toolbox.......
For lisp in toolbox check this post
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