AutoCAD 2007/2008/2009

AutoCAD 2007/2008/2009

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Re: Need list of Autocad Shortcut commands

06-12-2007 02:51 AM in reply to: Hilly81
AutoCAD 2008 Shortcut menu

3D creates three-dimensional polygon mesh objects in common geometric shapes that can be hidden, shaded, or rendered.
3DALIGN aligns objects with other objects in 2D and3D.
3DARRAY creates a three-dimensional array.
3DCLIP starts an interactive 3D view and opens the Adjust Clipping Planes window.
3DCONFIG provides3D graphics system configuration settings.
3DCORBIT starts an interactive3D view and sets the objects into continuous motion.
3DDISTANCE starts the interactive 3D view and makes objects appear closer or farther away.
3DDWF creates a 3D DWF file of your three-dimensional model and displays it in the DWF Viewer.
3DDWFPUBLISH obsolete.
3DFACE Creates a three-sided or four-sided surface anywhere in 3D space.
3DFLY interactively changes your view of a 3D drawing so that you appear to be flying through the model.
3DFORBIT controls the interactive viewing of objects in 3D, using an unconstrained orbit.
3DMESH creates a free-form polygon mesh.
3DMOVE displays the move grip tool in a 3D view and moves objects a specified distance in a specified direction.
3DORBIT controls the interactive viewing of objects in 3D.
3DORBITCTR sets the centre of rotation in 3D Orbit view.
3DPAN when a drawing is in a Perspective view, starts the interactive 3D view and enables you to drag the view horizontally and vertically.
3DPOLY creates a polyline of line segments in 3Dspace.
3DROTATE displays the rotate grip tool in a 3D view and revolves objects around a base point.
3DSIN imports a 3D Studio (3DS) file 3DSOUT Obsolete.
3DSWIVEL changes the target of the view in the direction that you drag.
3DWALK interactively changes the view of a 3D drawing so that you appear to be walking through the model.
3DZOOM zooms in and out in a perspective view.
ABOUT displays information about AutoCAD.
ACISIN imports an ACIS file and creates a body object, solid, or region in the drawing.
ACISOUT exports a body object, solid, or region to an ACIS file.
ADCCLOSE closes Design Centre.
ADCENTER manages and inserts content such as blocks, xrefs, and hatch patterns.
ADCNAVIGATE loads a specified Design Centre drawing file, folder, or network path.
ALIGN aligns objects with other objects in 2D and3D.
AMECONVERT converts AME solid models to AutoCAD solid objects.
ANIPATH saves an animation along a path in a 3D model.
ANNORESET resets the location of all scale representations for an annotative object to that of the current scale representation.
ANNOUPDATE updates existing annotative to match the current propertied of their styles.
APERTURE controls the size of the object snap target box.
APPLOAD loads and unloads applications and defines which applications to load at start-up.
ARC creates an arc.
ARCHIVE packages the current sheet set files to be archived.
AREA calculates the area and perimeter of objects or of defined areas.
ARRAY creates multiple copies of objects in a pattern.
ARX loads, unloads, and provides information about ObjectARX applications.
ATTACHURL attaches hyperlinks to objects or areas in a drawing.
ATTDEF creates an attribute definition.
ATTDISP globally controls visibility of block attributes in a drawing.
ATTEDIT changes attribute information in a block.
ATTEXT extracts attribute data, information, all text associated with a block, into a file.
ATTIPEDIT changes the textual content of an attribute within a block.
ATTREDEF redefines a block and updates associated attributes.
ATTSYNC updates all instances of a specified block with the current attributes defined for the block.
AUDIT evaluates the integrity of a drawing and corrects some errors.
AUTOPUBLISH publishes drawings to DWF files automatically.
BACKGROUND obsolete.
BACKGROUND functionality has been merged into the VIEW command.
BACTION adds an action to a dynamic block definition.
BACTIONSET specifies the selection set of objects associated with an action in a dynamic block definition.
BACTIONTOOL adds an action to a dynamic block definition.
BASE sets the insertion base point for the current drawing.
BASSOCIATE associates an action with a parameter in a dynamic block definition.
BATTMAN edits attribute properties of a block definition.
BATTORDER specifies the order of attributes for a block.
BAUTHORPALETTE opens the Block Authoring Palettes window in the Block Editor.
BAUTHORPALETTECLOSE closes the Block Authoring Palettes window in the Block Editor.
BCLOSE closes the Block Editor.
BCYCLEORDER changes the cycling order of grips for a dynamic block reference.
BEDIT opens the Edit Block Definition dialog box and then the Block Editor.
BGRIPSET creates, deletes, or resets grips associated with a parameter.
BHATCH fills an enclosed area or selected objects with a hatch pattern or gradient fill.
BLIPMODE controls the display of marker blips.
BLOCK creates a block definition from objects you select.
BLOCKICON generates preview images for blocks displayed in Design Centre.
BLOOKUPTABLE displays or creates a lookup table for a dynamic block definition.
BMPOUT saves selected objects to a file in device-independent bitmap format.
BOUNDARY creates a region or a polyline from an enclosed area.
BOX creates a 3D solid box.
BPARAMETER adds a parameter with grips to a dynamic block definition.
BREAK breaks the selected object between two points.
BREP removes the history from 3D solid primitives and composite solids.
BROWSER launches the default web browser defined in your system's registry.
BSAVE saves the current block definition.
BSAVEAS saves a copy of the current block definition under a new name.
BVHIDE makes objects invisible in the current visibility state or all visibility states in a dynamic block definition.
BVSHOW makes objects visible in the current visibility state or all visibility states in a dynamic block definition.
BVSTATE creates, sets, or deletes a visibility state in a dynamic block.
CAL evaluates mathematical and geometric expressions.
CAMERA sets a camera and target location to create and save a 3D perspective view of objects.
CHAMFER bevels the edges of objects.
CHANGE changes the properties of existing objects.
CHECKSTANDARDS checks the current drawing for standards violations.
CHPROP changes the properties of an object.
CHSPACE moves objects from model space to paper space, or vice versa.
CIRCLE creates a circle.
CLEANSCREENOFF restores display of toolbars and dockable windows (excluding the command line).
CLEANSCREENON clears the screen of toolbars and dockable windows (excluding the command line).
CLOSE closes the current drawing.
CLOSEALL closes all currently open drawings.
COLOR sets the colour for new objects.
COMMANDLINE displays the command line.
COMMANDLINEHIDE hides the command line.
COMPILE compiles shape files and PostScript font files into SHX files.
CONE creates a 3D solid with a circular or elliptical base tapering symmetrically to a point or a circular or elliptical planar face.
CONVERT optimizes 2Dpolylines and associative hatches created in AutoCAD Release 13 or earlier.
CONVERTCTB converts a colour-dependent plot style table (CTB) to a named plot style table (STB).
CONVERTOLDLIGHTS converts lights created in previous releases to lights in AutoCAD 2007 format.
CONVERTOLDMATERIALS converts materials created in previous releases to materials in AutoCAD 2007format.
CONVERTPSTYLES converts the current drawing to either named or colour-dependent plot styles.
CONVTOSOLID converts polylines and circles with thickness to 3D solids.
CONVTOSURFACE converts objects to surfaces.
COPY copies objects a specified distance in a specified direction.
COPYBASE copies objects with a specified base point.
COPYCLIP copies objects or command prompt text to the Clipboard.
COPYHIST copies the text in the command prompt history to the Clipboard.
COPYLINK copies the current view to the Clipboard for linking to other OLE applications.
COPYTOLAYER copies one or more objects to another layer.
CUI manages customised user interface elements such as workspaces, toolbars, menus, shortcut menus and keyboard shortcuts.
CUIEXPORT exports customized settings to an enterprise or partial CUI file.
CUIIMPORT imports customised settings from an enterprise or partial CUI file to acad.cui
CUILOAD loads a CUI file.
CUIUNLOAD unloads a CUI file.
CUSTOMIZE customises tool palettes and tool palette groups.
CUTCLIP copies objects to the Clipboard and removes the objects from the drawing.
CYLINDER creates a three-sided 3D solid with a circular elliptical base and top.
DASHBOARD opens the Dashboard window.
DASHBOARDCLOSE closes the Dashboard window.
DATAEXTRACTION exports object property, block attribute, and drawing information to a data extraction table or to an external file and specified a data link to an Excel spreadsheet.
DATALINK the Data Link Manager is displayed.
DATALINKUPDATE updates data to or from an established external data link.
DBCONNECT provides an interface to external database tables.
DBLIST lists database information for each object in the drawing.
DDEDIT edits single-line text, dimension text, attribute definitions, and feature control frames.
DDPTYPE specifies the display style and size of point objects.
DDVPOINT sets the three-dimensional viewing direction.
DELAY provides a timed pause within a script.
DETACHURL removes hyperlinks in a drawing.
DGNADJUST changes the display options of selected DGN underlays.
DGNATTACH attaches a DGN underlay to the current drawing.
DGNCLIP defines a clipping boundary for a selected DGN underlay.
DGNEXPORT creates one or more V8 DGN files from the current drawing.
DGNIMPORT imports the data from a V8 DGN file into a new DWG file.
DIMandDIM1 accesses Dimensioning mode.
DIMALIGNED create san aligned linear dimension.
DIMANGULAR creates an angular dimension.
DIMARC creates an arc length dimension.
DIMBASELINE creates a linear, angular, or ordinate dimension from the baseline of the previous dimension or a selected dimension.
DIMBREAK adds or removes a dimension break.
DIMCENTER creates the centre mark or the centre lines of circles and arcs.
DIMCONTINUE creates a linear, angular, or ordinate dimension from the second extension line of the previous dimension or a selected dimension.
DIMDIAMETER creates diameter dimensions for circles and arcs.
DIMDISASSOCIATE removes associability from selected dimensions.
DIMEDIT edits dimension text and extension lines on dimension objects.
DIMINSPECT create or remove inspection dimensions.
DIMJOGGED creates jogged radius dimensions.
DIMJOGLINE adds or removes a jog line on a linear or aligned dimension.
DIMLINEAR creates linear dimensions.
DIMORDINATE creates ordinate point dimensions.
DIMOVERRIDE overrides dimensioning system variables.
DIMRADIUS creates radial dimensions for circles and arcs.
DIMREASSOCIATE associates selected dimensions to geometric objects.
DIMREGEN updates the locations of all associative dimensions.
DIMSPACE adjusts the spacing equally between parallel linear and angular dimensions.
DIMSTYLE creates and modifies dimension styles.
DIMTEDIT moves and rotates dimension text.
DIST measures the distance and angle between two points.
DISTANTLIGHT creates a distant light.
DIVIDE places evenly spaced point objects or blocks along the length or perimeter of an object.
DONUT draws filled circles and rings.
DRAGMODE controls the way dragged objects are displayed.
DRAWINGRECOVERY displays a list of drawing files that can be recovered after a program or system failure.
DRAWINGRECOVERYHIDE closes the Drawing Recovery Manager.
DRAWORDER Changes the draw order of images and other objects.
DSETTINGS sets grid and snap, polar and object snap tracking, object snap modes, and Dynamic Input.
DSVIEWER opens the Aerial View window.
DVIEW defines parallel projection or perspective views by using a camera and target.
DWFADJUST allows adjustment of a DWF underlay at the command prompt.
DWFATTACH attaches a DWF underlay to the current drawing.
DWFCLIP uses clipping boundaries to define a sub-region of a DWF underlay.
DWFLAYERS controls the display of layers in a DWF underlay.
DWGPROPS sets and displays the properties of the current drawing.
DXBIN imports specially coded binary files.
EATTEDIT edits attributes in a block reference.
EATTEXT exports property data from objects block attribute information, and drawing information to a table or to an external file.
EDGE changes the visibility of three-dimensional face edges.
EDGESURF creates a three-dimensional polygon mesh.
ELEV sets elevation and extrusion thickness of new objects.
ELLIPSE creates an ellipse or an elliptical arc.
ERASE removes objects from a drawing.
ETRANSMIT packages a set of files for Internet transmission.
EXPLODE breaks a compound object into its component objects.
EXPORT saves objects to other file formats.
EXPORTTOAUTOCAD Creates a new DWG file with all AEC objects exploded.
EXTEND extends an object to meet another object.
EXTERNALREFERENCES displays the External References palette.
EXTERNALREFERENCESCLOSE closes the External References palette.
EXTRUDE creates a 3D solid or surface by extruding an object or planar face a specified distance and direction.
FIELD creates a multiline text object with a field that can be updated automatically as the field value changes.
FILL controls the filling of objects such as hatches, two-dimensional solids, and wide polylines.
FILLET rounds and fillets the edges of objects.
FILTER creates a list of requirements that an object must meet to be included in a selection set.
FIND finds, replaces, selects, or zooms to specified text.
FLATSHOT creates a 2D representation of all 3D objects in the current view.
FOG obsolete.
FREESPOT creates a free spotlight, which is similar to a spotlight but without a specified target.
FREEWEB creates a free web light which is similar to a web light but without a specified target.
GEOGRAPHICLOCATION specifies the latitude and longitude of a location.
GOTOURL opens the file or web page associated with the hyperlink attached to an object.
GRADIENT fills an enclosed area or selected objects with a gradient fill.
GRAPHSCR switches from the text window to the drawing area.
GRID displays a grid in the current viewport that is not plotted.
GROUP creates and manages saved sets of objects called groups.
HATCH fills an enclosed area or selected objects with a hatch pattern, solid fill, or gradient fill.
HATCHEDIT modifies an existing hatch or fill.
HELIX creates a 2D or 3D spiral.
HELP displays Help.
HIDE regenerates a three-dimensional wire frame model with hidden lines suppressed.
HLSETTINGS controls the display properties of models.
HYPERLINK attaches a hyperlink to an object or modifies an existing hyperlink.
HYPERLINKOPTIONS controls the display of the hyperlink cursor, tooltips, and shortcut menu.
ID displays the coordinate of a location.
IMAGE displays the External References palette
IMAGEADJUST controls the image display of the brightness, contrast, and fade values of images.
IMAGEATTACH attaches a new image to the current drawing
IMAGECLIP uses clipping boundaries to define a sub-region of an image object.
IMAGEFRAME controls whether image frames are displayed and plotted.
IMAGEQUALITY controls the display quality of images.
IMPORT imports files in various formats.
IMPRINT imprints an edge on a 3D solid.
INSERT places a drawing or named block into the current drawing.
INSERTOBJ inserts a linked or embedded object.
INTERFERE highlights 3D solids that overlap.
INTERSECT creates composite solids or regions from the intersection of two or more solids or regions and removes the areas outside of the intersection.
ISOPLANE specifies the current isometric plane.
JOGSECTION adds a jogged segment to a section object.
JOIN joins objects to forma single, unbroken object.
JPGOUT saves selected objects to a file in JPEG file format.
JUSTIFYTEXT changes the justification point of selected text objects without changing their locations.
LAYCUR changes the layer of selected objects to the current layer.
LAYDEL deletes the layer of a selected object and all objects on the layer, and purges the layer from the drawing.
LAYER manages layers and layer properties.
LAYERP undoes the last change or set of changes made to layer settings.
LAYERPMODE turns the tracking of changes made to layer settings on and off.
LAYERSTATE saves, restores, and manages named layer states.
LAYFRZ freezes the layer of selected objects.
LAYISO Hides or locks all layers, other than those of the selected objects.
LAYLCK locks the layers of selected objects.
LAYMCH changes the layer of a selected object to match the destination layer.
LAYMCUR makes the layer of a selected object current.
LAYMRG merges selected layers onto a destination layer.
LAYOFF turns off the layer of the selected object.
LAYON turns on all layers.
LAYOUT creates and modifies drawing layout tabs.
LAYOUTWIZARD creates a new layout tab and specifies page and plot settings.
LAYTHW thaws all layers.
LAYTRANS changes a drawing's layers to layer standards you specify.
LAYULK unlocks the layer of a selected object.
LAYUNISO turns on layers that were turned off with the last LAYISO command.
LAYVPI isolates an object's layer to the current viewport.
LAYWALK dynamically displays layers in a drawing.
LEADER creates a line that connects annotation to a feature.
LENGTHEN changes the length of objects and the included angle of arcs.
LIGHT creates alight.
LIGHTLIST opens the Lights in Model window to add and modify lights.
LIGHTLISTCLOSE closes the Lights in Model window.
LIMITS sets and controls the limits of the grid display in the current Mode or layout tab.
LINE creates straight line segments.
LINETYPE loads, sets, and modifies line types.
LIST displays database information for selected objects.
LIVESECTION turns on live sectioning for a selected section object.
LOAD makes shapes available for use by the SHAPE command.
LOFT creates 3D solid or surface by lofting through a set of two or more curves.
LOGFILEOFF closes the text window log file opened by LOGFILEON.
LOGFILEON writes the text window contents to a file.
LSEDIT has no effect except to preserve the integrity of scripts.
LSLIB has no effect except to preserve the integrity of scripts.
LSNEW has no effect except to preserve the integrity of scripts.
LTSCALE sets the global line type scale factor.
LWEIGHT sets the current line weight, line weight display options, and line weight units.
MARKUP displays the details of mark-ups and allows you to change their status.
MARKUPCLOSE closes the Mark-up Set Manager.
MASSPROP calculates the mass properties of regions or 3D solids.
MATCHCELL applies the properties of a selected table cell to other table cells.
MATCHPROP applies the properties of a selected object to other objects.
MATERIALATTACH applies materials to objects by layer.
MATERIALMAP displays a material mapping gizmo to adjust the mapping on a face or an object.
MATERIALS, manages, applies, and modifies materials.
MATERIALSCLOSE closes the Materials window.
MATLIB obsolete.
MEASURE places point objects or blocks at measured intervals on an object.
MENU loads a customization file.
MENULOAD obsolete.
MENUUNLOAD obsolete.
MINSERT inserts multiple instances of a block in a rectangular array.
MIRROR creates a mirror image copy of objects.
MIRROR3D creates a mirror image of objects about a plane.
MLEADER creates a line that connects annotation to a feature.
MLEADERALIGN organizes selected multi leaders along a specified line.
MLEADERCOLLECT organizes selected multi leaders containing blocks as content into a group attached to a single leader line.
MLEADEREDIT adds leader lines to, or removes leader lines from, a multi leader object.
MLEADERSTYLE defines a new multi leader style.
MLEDIT edits multiline intersections, breaks, and vertices.
MLINE creates multiple parallel lines.
MLSTYLE creates, modifies, and manages multiline styles.
MODEL switches from a layout tab to the Model tab.
MOVE moves objects a specified distance in a specified direction.
MREDO reverses the effects of several previous UNDO or U commands.
MSLIDE creates a slide file of the current model viewport or the current layout.
MSPACE switches from paper space to a model space viewport.
MTEDIT edits multiline text.
MTEXT creates paragraphs of text as a single multiline text (mtext) object.
MULTIPLE repeats the next command until cancelled.
MVIEW creates and controls layout view ports.
MVSETUP sets up the specifications of a drawing.
NETLOAD Loads a .NET application.
NEW creates a new drawing.
NEWSHEETSET creates a new sheet set.
OBJECTSCALE adds or deletes supported scales for annotative objects.
OFFSET creates concentric circles, parallel lines, and parallel curves.
OLELINKS updates, changes, and cancels existing OLE links.
OLESCALE controls the size, scale, and other properties of a selected OLE object.
OOPS restores erased objects.
OPEN opens an existing drawing file.
OPENDWFMARKUP opens a DWF file that contains mark-ups.
OPENSHEETSET opens a selected sheet set.
OPTIONS customise the program settings.
ORTHO constrains cursor movement to the horizontal or vertical direction.
OSNAP sets running object snap modes.
PAGESETUP controls the page layout, plotting device, paper size, and other settings for each new layout.
PAN moves the view in the current viewport.
PARTIALOAD loads additional geometry into a partially opened drawing.
PARTIALOPEN loads geometry and named objects from a selected view or layer into a drawing.
PASTEASHYPERLINK inserts data from the Clipboard as a hyperlink.
PASTEBLOCK pastes copied objects as a block.
PASTECLIP inserts data from the Clipboard.
PASTEORIG pastes a copied object in a new drawing using the coordinates from the original drawing.
PASTESPEC inserts data from the Clipboard and controls the format of the data.
PCINWIZARD displays a wizard to import PCP and PC2 configuration file plot settings into the Model tab or current layout.
PEDIT edits polylines and three-dimensional polygon meshes.
PFACE creates a three-dimensional polyface mesh vertex by vertex.
PLAN displays the plan view of a specified user coordinate system.
PLANESURF creates a planar surface.
PLINE creates two-dimensional polylines.
PLOT plots a drawing to a plotter, printer, or file.
PLOTSTAMP places a plot stamp on a specified corner of each drawing and logs it to a file.
PLOTSTYLE sets the current plot style for new objects or assigns a plot style to selected objects PLOTTERMANAGER Displays the Plotter Manager, where you can add or edit a plotter configuration.
PNGOUT saves selected objects to a file in a Portable Network Graphics format.
POINT creates a point object.
POINTLIGHT creates a point light.
POLYGON creates an equilateral closed polyline.
POLYSOLID creates a 3D polysolid.
PRESSPULL presses or pulls bounded areas.
PREVIEW shows how the drawing will look when it is plotted.
PROPERTIES control properties of existing objects.
PROPERTIESCLOSE closes the Properties palette.
PSETUPIN imports a user-defined page setup into a new drawing layout.
PSPACE switches from a model space viewport to paper space.
PUBLISH publishes drawings to DWF files or plotters.
PUBLISHTOWEB creates HTML pages that include images of selected drawings.
PURGE removes unused named items, such as block definitions and layers, from the drawing.
PYRAMID creates a 3D solid pyramid.
QCCLOSE closes Quick Calc.
QDIM quickly creates a dimension.
QLEADER creates a leader and leader annotation.
QNEW starts a new drawing with the option of using a default drawing template file.
QSAVE saves the current drawing using the file format specified in the Options dialog box.
QSELECT creates a selection set based on filtering criteria.
QTEXT controls the display and plotting of text and attribute objects.
QUICKCALC opens the Quick Calc calculator.
QUICKCUI displays the Customise User Interface dialog box in a collapsed state.
QUIT exits the program.
RAY creates a semi-infinite line.
RECOVER repairs a damaged drawing.
RECOVERALL repairs a damaged drawing and xrefs.
RECTANG draws a rectangular polyline.
REDEFINE restores AutoCAD internal commands overridden by UNDEFINE.
REDO reverses the effects of previous UNDO or U command.
REDRAW refreshes the display in the current viewport.
REDRAWALL refreshes the display in all viewports.
REFCLOSE saves back or discards changes made during in-place editing of a reference (an xref or a block).
REFEDIT selects an external reference or block reference for editing.
REFSET adds or removes objects from a working set during in-place editing of a reference (an xref or a block).
REGEN regenerates the entire drawing from the current viewport.
REGENALL regenerates the drawing and refreshes all viewports.
REGENAUTO controls automatic regeneration of a drawing.
REGION converts an object that encloses an area into a region object.
REINIT reinitialises the digitizer, digitizer input/output port, and program parameters file.
RENAME changes the names of named objects.
RENDER creates a photorealistic or realistically shaded image of a three-dimensional wire frame or solid model.
RENDERCROP selects a specific region (crop window) in an image for rendering.
RENDERENVIRONMENT provides visual cues for the apparent distance of objects.
RENDEREXPOSURE provides settings to interactively adjust the global lighting for the most recent rendered output.
RENDERPRESETS specifies render presets, reusable rendering parameters, for rendering an image.
RENDERWIN displays the Render Window without invoking a render task.
RENDSCR obsolete.
REPLAY obsolete.
RESETBLOCK resets one or more dynamic block references to the default values of the block definition.
RESUME continues an interrupted script.
REVCLOUD creates a polyline of sequential arcs to form a cloud shape.
REVOLVE creates a 3D solid or surface by revolving 2D objects about an axis.
REVSURF creates a revolved mesh about a selected axis.
RMAT obsolete.
ROTATE revolves objects around a base point.
ROTATE3D moves objects about a three-dimensional axis.
RPREF displays the Advanced Render Settings palette for access to advanced rendering settings.
RPREFCLOSE closes the Render Settings palette if it is displayed.
RSCRIPT repeats a script file.
RULESURF creates a ruled mesh between two curves.
SAVE saves the drawing under the current file name or a specified name.
SAVEAS saves a copy of the current drawing under a new file name.
SAVEIMG saves a rendered image to a file.
SCALE enlarges or reduces selected objects proportionally in the X, Y, and Z directions.
SCALELISTEDIT controls the list of scales available for layout viewports, page layouts, and plotting.
SCALETEXT enlarges or reduces selected text objects without changing their locations.
SCRIPT executes a sequence of commands from a script file.
SECTION uses the intersection of a plane and solids to create a region.
SECTIONPLANE creates a section object that acts as a cutting plane through a 3D object.
SECURITYOPTIONS controls security settings using the Security Options dialog box.
SELECT places selected objects in the previous selection set.
SETBYLAYER changes property and By Block settings for selected objects to By Layer.
SETIDROPHANDLER specifies the default type of I-drop content for the current Autodesk application.
SETUV obsolete.
SETVAR lists or changes the values of system variables.
SHADEMODE starts the VSCURRENT command.
SHAPE inserts a shape from a shape file that has been loaded using LOAD.
SHEETSET opens the Sheet Set Manager.
SHEETSETHIDE closes the Sheet Set Manager.
SHELL accesses operating system commands.
SHOWMAT obsolete.
SIGVALIDATE displays information about the digital signature attached to a file.
SKETCH creates a series of freehand line segments.
SLICE slices a solid with a plane or surface.
SNAP restricts cursor movement to specified intervals.
SOLDRAW generates profiles and sections in viewports created with SOLVIEW.
SOLID creates solid-filled triangles and quadrilaterals.
SOLIDEDIT edits faces and edges of 3D solid objects.
SOLPROF creates profile images of three-dimensional solids in paper space.
SOLVIEW creates layout viewports using orthographic projection to lay out multi-and sectional view drawings of 3D solids and body objects.
SPACETRANS calculates equivalent model space and paper space lengths in a layout.
SPELL checks spelling in a drawing.
SPHERE creates a 3D solid sphere.
SPLINE fits a smooth curve to a sequence of points within a specified tolerance.
SPLINEDIT edits a spline or spline-fit polyline.
SPOTLIGHT creates a spotlight.
STANDARDS manage the association of standards files with drawings.
STATUS displays drawing statistics, modes, and extents.
STLOUT stores a solid in an ASCII or binary file.
STRETCH moves or stretches the objects.
STYLE Creates modifies, or sets named text styles.
STYLESMANAGER displays the Plot Style Manager.
SUBTRACT combines selected regions or solids by subtraction.
SUNPROPERTIES opens the Sun Properties window and sets the properties of the sun.
SUNPROPERTIESCLOSE closes the Sun Properties window.
SWEEP creates 3D solid or surface by sweeping a2D curve along a path.
SYSWINDOWS arranges windows and icons when the application window is shared with external applications.
TABLE creates an empty table object in a drawing.
TABLEDIT edits text in a table cell.
TABLEEXPORT exports data from a table object in CSV file format.
TABLESTYLE defines a new table style.
TABLET calibrates, configures, and turns on and off an attached digitizing tablet.
TABSURF creates a tabulated mesh from a path curve and a direction vector.
TARGETPOINT creates a target point light.
TASKBAR controls how drawings are displayed on the Windows taskbar.
TEXT creates a single-line text object.
TEXTSCR opens the text window.
TEXTTOFRONT brings text and dimensions in front of all other objects in the drawing.
THICKEN creates a 3D solid by thickening a surface.
TIFOUT Saves selected objects to a file in TIFF file format.
TIME displays the date and time statistics of a drawing.
TINSERT inserts a block in a table cell.
TOLERANCE creates geometric tolerances.
TOOLBAR displays, hides, and customises toolbars.
TOOLPALETTES opens the Tool Palettes window.
TOOLPALETTESCLOSE closes the Tool Palettes window.
TORUS creates a 3D donut-shaped solid.
TPNAVIGATE displays a specified tool palette or palette group.
TRACE creates solid lines.
TRANSPARENCY controls whether background pixels in a bi-tonal image are transparent or opaque.
TRAYSETTINGS controls the display of icons and notifications in the status bar tray.
TREESTAT displays information about the drawing's current spatial index.
TRIM trims objects at a cutting edge defined by other objects.
U reverses the most recent operation.
UCS manages user coordinate systems.
UCSICON controls the visibility and placement of the UCS icon.
UCSMAN manages defined user coordinate systems.
UNDEFINE allows an application-defined command to override an internal command.
UNDO reverses the effect of commands.
UNION combines selected regions or solids by addition.
UNITS controls coordinate and angle display formats and precision.
UPDATEFIELD manually updates fields in selected objects in the drawing.
UPDATETHUMBSNOW manually updates thumbnail previews for sheets, sheet views, and model space views in the Sheet Set Manager.
VBAIDE displays the Visual Basic Editor.
VBALOAD loads a global VBA project into the current work session.
VBAMAN loads, unloads, saves, creates, embeds, and extracts VBA projects.
VBARUN runs a VBA macro.
VBASTMT executes a VBA statement on the AutoCAD command line.
VBAUNLOAD unloads a global VBA project.
VIEW saves and restores named views, camera views, layout views, and preset views.
VIEWPLOTDETAILS displays information about completed plot and publish jobs.
VIEWRES sets the resolution for objects in the current viewport.
VISUALSTYLES creates and modifies visual styles and applies a visual style to a viewport.
VISUALSTYLESCLOSE closes the Visual Styles Manager.
VLISP displays the Visual LISP interactive development environment (IDE).
VPCLIP clips viewport objects and reshapes the viewport border.
VPLAYER sets layer visibility within viewports.
VPMAX expands the current layout viewport for editing.
VPMIN restores the current layout viewport.
VPOINT sets the viewing direction for a three-dimensional visualization of the drawing.
VPORTS creates multiple viewports in model space or paper space.
VSCURRENT sets the visual style in the current viewport.
VSLIDE displays an image slide file in the current viewport.
VSSAVE saves a visual style.
VTOPTIONS displays a change in view as a smooth transition.
WALKFLYSETTINGS specifies walk and fly settings.
WBLOCK writes objects or a block to a new drawing file.
WEBLIGHT creates a web light.
WEDGE creates a five-sided 3D solid with a sloped face tapering along the X axis.
WHOHAS displays ownership information for opened drawing files.
WIPEOUT covers existing objects with a blank area.
WMFIN imports a Windows metafile.
WMFOPTS sets options for WMFIN.
WMFOUT saves objects to a Windows metafile.
WORKSPACE creates, modifies, and saves workspaces and makes a workspace current.
WSSAVE saves a workspace.
WSSETTINGS sets options for workspaces.
XATTACH attaches an external reference to the current drawing.
XBIND binds one or more definitions of named objects in an xref to the current drawing.
XCLIP defines an xref or block clipping boundary and sets the front and back clipping planes.
XEDGES creates wire frame geometry by extracting edges from 3D solid or surface.
XLINE creates an infinite line.
XOPEN opens a selected drawing reference (xref) in a new window.
XPLODE breaks a compound object into its component objects.
XREF starts the EXTERNALREFERENCES command.
ZOOM increases or decreases the apparent size of objects in the current viewport.
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JNieman
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Message 22 of 26 (1,281 Views)

Re: Need list of Autocad Shortcut commands

06-12-2007 07:03 AM in reply to: Hilly81
you think text affects bandwidth?

text (especially that little) is not even a blip on the radar...
*Warren Trost
Message 23 of 26 (1,281 Views)

Re: Need list of Autocad Shortcut commands

06-12-2007 08:19 AM in reply to: Hilly81
Fonts, not text, affects the regen time. Text, no matter what the font is,
takes the same amount of space in the database.


"ddpcad" wrote in message
news:5621420@discussion.autodesk.com...
tstright wrote:
> Who worries about bandwidth?

sigh, no one I guess :smileyhappy:
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Hilly81
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Registered: ‎06-08-2007
Message 24 of 26 (1,281 Views)

Re: Need list of Autocad Shortcut commands

06-14-2007 03:30 AM in reply to: Hilly81
Niall,

Thanks a lot for these.

Copied and pasted these into my reference.

Thank you.
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Kayrondad
Posts: 250
Registered: ‎05-02-2007
Message 25 of 26 (1,281 Views)

Re: Need list of Autocad Shortcut commands

04-11-2008 02:37 PM in reply to: Hilly81
since the shortcuts for the osnaps are not commands, you will not find them on your pgp file. the list of osnap short cuts is found by holding shift and right clicking. Note that the short cuts for these is simply the first three letters of the osnap
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CadillacJoe
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Registered: ‎01-09-2009
Message 26 of 26 (1,281 Views)

Re: Need list of Autocad Shortcut commands

01-09-2009 08:34 AM in reply to: Hilly81
Sounds like you don't know too much about learning AutoCAD. I self-taught myself many many years ago and I feel that my knowledge of AutoCAD is much stronger than many other users who have attended some type of formalized training. I have even been asked to become an instructor at the local union hall - which I declined.
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