The program parameters ( PGP) file is used to store command alias definitions. You can change existing command aliases or add new ones by editing acad.pgp (acadlt.pgp in Auto CAD LT) in an ASCII text editor (such as Notepad on Windows or Text Edit on Mac OS).

Workspaces are sets of user interface components, such as ribbon tabs and panels, toolbars, palettes, and menu bars, that are grouped and organized so that you can work in a custom, task-oriented drawing environment. ... You can use this workspace as-is or modify it according to your requirements.

You can easily recreate the Auto CAD Classic workspace. To display the menu, click Quick Access Toolbar drop-down > Show Menu Bar. To hide the ribbon, click Tools menu > Palettes > Ribbon. To display the toolbars you require: Click Tools menu > Toolbars and select the required toolbar. ... To save the workspace:

To transfer the classic workspace to your Architecture or MEP profile: Enter CUI on the command line. On the Transfer tab, open the "acad.cuix" file in the right panel. ... Drag and drop the " Auto CAD Classic" workspace from the right panel to the main customization file (aca.cuix) in the left panel. Click OK.

Help To display the menu, click Quick Access Toolbar drop-down > Show Menu Bar. To hide the ribbon, click Tools menu > Palettes > Ribbon. To display the toolbars you require: Click Tools menu > Toolbars and select the required toolbar. ... To save the workspace: Click Tools menu > Workspaces > Save Current As.

To Display the Menu Bar. At the top-left of the application window, on the right end of the Quick Access toolbar, click the drop-down menu Show Menu Bar.

The classic workspace no longer ships with Auto CAD. You can easily recreate the Auto CAD Classic workspace. To display the menu, click Quick Access Toolbar drop-down > Show Menu Bar. To hide the ribbon, click Tools menu > Palettes > Ribbon. ... Repeat until all required toolbars are visible.