I have just changed from AutoCAD 2008LT to AutoCAD 2012LT and am finding that the layout tabs I've set up don't always show along the bottom of the drawing.I can access them by clicking on Quick View Drawings but I really want them showing as tabs.I've ticked the 'DIsplay Layout and Model Tabs' option in Layout Elements of the Display Options box but this doesn't seem to be happening.
Problem seems to have resolved itself on boot up today.Perhaps a computer glitch but will see how things go over the next few days.
Have just moved between screens and found that one of the drawings is now missing the layout tabs although I have done nothing to change any settings.The full screen option allows for the tabs to be displayed but I lose the toolbars on the side.I've attached a copy of the screen where the tabs are displayed and a screen where the tabs have disappeared.
Move your Command Window. I bet they are behind it.
You may need to dock the Command Window the get CAD to resize to accept its placement.
Although this whould not happen between drawings should it?
I (may) take all that back:
Grab the Upper Right of the Drawing Window and drag down and left. Move the window back near the top of the Workspace and drag the Bottom or the drawing window down.
Are they there?
In the second shot the blue borders on the drawing space are not visible.
Or the Minimize and Maximize buttons to the left of the X on the Drawing window may yield the needed results.
If you drawing status bar is missing, do the following: Usually, setting STATUSBAR to "2" is what most people use.
To display the application status bar
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