So I know you can give macros an icon and etc. to click on, and you can use Shift+(#) to insert it. But it wont let me use letters to give it a command name.
I want to insert a block of a beam. I created my macro for it. But is there a way I can title it 'BEAM." So when i type in "BEAM," in the command line, my macro will be activated.
Am I doing something wrong, is this only doable with LISPS...
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You can make an alias for your macro. If you enter COMMAND ALIASES interface, in Express Tools, you can create a an alias and associate it with your macro. I have several of these in use for things like a "Super Purge and Zoom Extents" macro I made. I use the alias "Shift+P". I say this so you can see that you can also make the aliases not just alphanumeric, but also with combinations, such as Shift and Ctrl, plus a character..