Multiple insert

I am using AutoCAD 2000. Is there a variable which would allow me to insert
multiple copies of a block. For instance, if I insert a block of a 2'8"
door, I'd like to add them all as I go through the plan. I always have to
insert one and then do a multiple copy command to put in the rest. That
doesn't allow me to rotate them properly as I could if I were doing an
insert. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
--K
Reply to
Karen
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One way is to right click after the first insertion and thus repeat it, with all the options of position, rotation and scaling available.
Reply to
Brian Salt
By typing MULTIPLE first, you can then have AutoCAD continuously ask for the same command until lunch. If your 32" door is a specific block that should work for you. Because MULTIPLE repeats only the command name, any parameters must be specified each time. MULTIPLE does not repeat commands that display dialog boxes.
If that doesn't work, maybe you should find yourself a COPYROT.LSP and use that.
Reply to
Michael Bulatovich

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