Hey Everybody, Brandon here back with another new 2 minute Tuesday! And guess what… It’s actually 2 minutes this time, wooo!
Besides my excitement over actually hitting the 2-minute target, I’m also excited for you to see todays video. In it, I go over a super helpful command/system variable that can save you some time and energy if you ever run into the issue where your Open or Saveas dialogue boxes won’t open, but instead are showing up as text in the command line. So, if you can’t seem to get your dialogue boxes to open check out the video below and hopefully it will help save you some time and frustration.
Check out the Video below and let me know what you think:
I hope you enjoyed the video and don’t forget to let me know what you’d like to see in an upcoming video and make sure to subscribe and follow me on twitter @cadintentions for more videos and tutorials!
Cheers and happy drafting!
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And lastly, don’t forget to check out my last post here: AutoCAD Tutorial: How to Calculate Areas Quickly in AutoCAD
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