AutoCAD Architecture General Discussion

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RIBBON TABS NO LONGER VISIBLE

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07-13-2012 01:06 PM

PROBLEM IN AUTOCAD ARCHITECTURE 2013,

 

THE INCERT, ANNOTATE, LAYOUT, PARAMETRIC, VIEW, MANAGE, OUTPUT, & ONLINE RIBBON TABS IN THE DRAFTING & ANNOTATION PROFILE DRAWING ENVIROMENT ARE NO LONGER SHOWING. ONLY THE HOME TAB IS DISPLAYED. THEIR DISAPPEARANCE SEEMED TO CORRESPOND WITH A FORCED SHUT DOWN DUE TO A LOCKUP OF THE PROGRAM AFTER TRYING MY FIRST HYPERLINK. ALL DEFAULT TABS ARE SHOWING IN ALL OTHER DRAWING PROFILES (3D BASIC, 3D MODELING, AUTOCAD CLASIC, AND ARCHITECTURE).

 

HELP

 

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Re: RIBBON TABS NO LONGER VISIBLE

07-13-2012 04:37 PM in reply to: allenfancher

Try "Reseting Settings to Default" located under Windows Start Menu->Programs->Autodesk->AutoCAD Architecture 2013. Warning, any customization to the CUI willl be removed. You can also do this from within ACA. Under CUI, Customize tab Right-pick the ACA main node and select "Restore ACA.CUIX".

 

~ Mary


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Re: RIBBON TABS NO LONGER VISIBLE

07-15-2012 12:05 PM in reply to: MarySeufert
Worked. Thanks Mary
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Re: RIBBON TABS NO LONGER VISIBLE

11-14-2012 07:51 AM in reply to: allenfancher

Does this reset all the settings in AutoCad or just related to Ribbons?

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