AutoCAD users having an issue with the Classic Setup, when I just start my drafting software to use, then classic setup or you could say that a classic setup was very much difficult for me.
You can easily switch between workspaces. You can easily switch between workspaces. The following task-based workspaces are already defined in the product:
· 2D Drafting & Annotation
· 3D Basics
· 3D Modeling
For example, when you create 3D models, you can use the 3D Modeling workspace that contains only 3D-related toolbars, menus, and palettes. Interface items that you do not need for 3D modeling are hidden, maximizing the screen area available for your work.
When you make changes to your drawing (such as moving, hiding, or displaying a toolbar or a tool palette group) and you want to preserve the display settings for future use, you can save the current settings to a workspace.
Switch a workspace like classic, You can switch to another workspace whenever you need to work on a different task from the Workspace Switching button on the status bar at the bottom-right of the application window.
Here is the process to create an AutoCAD classic setup.
1. Open a drawing workspace (E.g.drafting and annotations workspace )Then you have to eliminate some of the function related to this workspace.
2. Turn off Start mode by giving a command start mode Then press 0 to close it.
3. Turn off the Display Mode by giving a command 'op' the operation table come to you and select Display option above the table, the tick off the Show tooltips, Show rollover tooltips, display file tabs.
5. Close Ribbon, go to command box and type ribbon close and enter to close it.
6. Then you will find the clear/Empty workspace.
7. Go for the thumbnail at the top of the right side of the application bar and clicking on this, you will find the start menu bar.
8.type toolbar and enter
9.a box will open name CUI customize the user interface. Here you can choose your work profile tools and dimension setups.
An alternative way is at the top you have a tools option the toolbars then AutoCAD then selects your preferences of uses,
eg. Tools >toolbar>AutoCAD>then choose the tools you need to add.
After adding your preferences go to the bottom left setting option and click on it
then click on the save as to save the current workspace.
Give a suitable name of your current workspace, most of us give a name a classic it is breakable preferences and chooses whatever you want to add.
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