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AutoCAD commandline entry:   ARCL  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   BDEL 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   BLEGEND 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   BLL0  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   BMW 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   BREMOVE  BADD  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   CAP  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   COL  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   CON 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   COR  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   DFL  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   DILINE  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   DINORM 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   DIS 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   DIU  DID  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   ESC  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   ESCPL 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   ESCPL2  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HASSOC 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HBET HBETA 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HBO 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HD 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HLEGEND 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HLINE 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HM  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HOFF  HON  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HRO  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HTER 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HTERM  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HTERM2 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HZIG 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LAY  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LAYC  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   MALEN  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   NR  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PATTERN  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PATTERN  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLAV  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLD  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLEV  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLI  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLJ 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLM  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLP  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLPS  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLRO  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLRO  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLS  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLSC  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLT  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLT  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLT  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLU  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   PLWELD 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RECL 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   REVISION 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RM  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RME 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RME 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RML  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RMN  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RMNA 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RMS  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   RMSB 
AutoCAD commandline entry:   SQ  
AutoCAD commandline entry:   VPP  
hoff.gifHATCHES: TURN OFF OR ON ALL HATCHES
With HOFF and HON commands you may easily control visibility of hatches inside your drawings. This command turns off or on all hatches regardless of their layer.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   HOFF  HON  
llw.gifLAYERS: LAYER WALK
Cycle through layers.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LLW  LLWS  
llm.gifLAYERS: JOINING LAYERS
You can quickly match layers of objects layers by selecting them.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LLM  
lld.gifLAYERS: DELETE LAYER
Delete layers just by selecting one object from them.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LLD  
llc.gifLAYERS: LAYER COLOR
To change color of layer select one object from it and you will see color change window.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LLC  
tofl.gifLAYERS: SPECIFYING LAYERS ORDER
Now you can specify order of whole layers (instead of specifing order of single objects).
AutoCAD commandline entry:   TOFL  TOBL  
llo.gifLAYERS: VISIBILITY CONTROL
You can turn on or off layers simply by clicking on them. You can also do this with layers which names contain specified suffixes, prefixes or phrases. There are also such useful commands that turn on all layers or turn off all layers except selected one.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LLO  LLON  LLN  
lll.gifLAYERS: FASTER LOCKING/UNLOCKING
You can lock or unlock layers by clicking on them or by typing their sufixes, prefixes or phrases used in names.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LLL  LLLA  LLU  LLUA  
mll.gifLAYERS: MOVING OBJECTS TO LAYERS
You can move selected objects to specified layer by clicking on them.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   MLL  MLL0  COLL  
legend.gifTOOLS: LAYER LEGEND
Specify place on the screen to get list of all layers used in current drawing.
AutoCAD commandline entry:   LEGEND