HOT Keys

Has any one got a good list of hot keys in a easy format Scott

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Just open ACAD.PGP (or ACLT.PGP for LT) in any text editor (e.g., Notepad). ___

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Paul Turvill

yes, I do. Do you want it?

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Another one i like is 0 (the number) for offset, then you can use the number keyboard to invoke the command and set the offset quite quickly.

I also use the c-copy, cc-circle as well as ww-properties. I try to keep the keys over to the left hand side ot the keyboard,so i don't have to move the palm of my hand. means you shouldn't have to look down to see what you are pressing.


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