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mcad_marie
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How can autocad MEP workspace can be change into standard Autocad workspace

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02-10-2010 04:18 AM
Autocad MEP has several workspave. Is there a way of creating a workspace that can contains autocad workspace like 2d modelling, 3d modelling, or autocad classic?

Just asking if it is possible? I dont know how. Can you teach me.. Thanks..

ayeth
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Re: How can autocad MEP workspace can be change into standard Autocad workspace

03-03-2010 04:47 AM in reply to: mcad_marie
Have a look at this. It may be what you are looking for.

http://autodeskmep.wordpress.com/2009/06/23/mep-2010-opting-out-of-the-ribbon-gui/
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Keith.Brown
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Re: How can autocad MEP workspace can be change into standard Autocad workspace

03-03-2010 09:50 AM in reply to: mcad_marie
If you installed the autocad profile when you installed MEP, then you can just go into your options and switch to the autocad profile. It will switch out all of your MEP workspaces with the standard Autocad workspaces. This will not get rid of the ribbon however. I personally like the ribbon. I spent the time to customize it the way I want it and I think it works much better than the old toolbars. It is just terrible out of the box however.

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