BlockAid 1.0 : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
BlockAid BlockAid is a very easy-to-use library tool that helps organize library blocks and details for an individual or an entire office!
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Layer Lexicon 3.2 : AutoCAD 2000i and Later
Layer Lexicon This powerful tool floats on the AutoCAD screen for quick access and can be minimized with a single click! Layer Lexicon is a dictionary for layers, that can be configured to...
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Layers for Layer Lexicon : Based on AIA Layering Guideline
Layer List Complete list of layers for all disciplines!

Quick Cloud 3.3 : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
Quick Cloud This is the best revision cloud available! Quick Cloud can draw a revision cloud by picking two or more points. With two modes (Rectangular and Arbitrary) the user can cloud schedules and other objects with ease and control and it's easy to configure for your standards with a very user friendly dialog box.

    NEW : Option to add revision number to layer names!

    NEW : Calligraphic Option!
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Mtext Shadow Box 1.1a : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
Mtext Shadow Box This free tool gives you the ability to draw several styles of shadow boxes around multi-line text entites very quickly. Simply change the settings in the dialog box while you preview the results, then select the mtext entity.

Ortho Plan 1.0 : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
Ortho Plan This program has three commands - Wplan, Oplan and Roplan.

Wplan : sets the UCS and view back to the original world rotation.

Oplan : the user is prompted to select two points, an origin point and a point on positive portion of X-axis. The UCS and view will be rotated to be orthogonal to the points picked and the view is then saved.

Roplan : restores the saved orthogonal view.

Quick Offset 2.1 : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
Quick Offset This program has two commands - Soffset and Moffset.

Soffset : works just like the AutoCAD "Offset" command, but the user also has the Quick option which uses a dialog box interface to select from a list of saved offset distances.

Moffset : works just like the AutoCAD "Offset" command, but it offsets Multiple from the object select to the point picked. Moffset also has access to the same Quick option described above.

Copy Copy : Code : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
Source Code
(defun c:cc ( / ss1 bpt)
	(while (not ss1)
		(princ "\nCopy multiple: ")
		(setq ss1 (ssget))
	(while (not (setq bpt (getpoint "\nSpecify base point: "))))
	(command "._copy" ss1 "" "m" bpt)
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French Curve (Arc Continue Tanget) : Code : AutoCAD 2000 and Later
Source Code This code allows the user to continue any arc tagentially from either end. Basically it's like a french curve for AutoCAD. AutoCAD allows you to continue the Last ARC drawn, but there is no easy way to continue any ARC tangentially from either end. When you select an arc the FCURVE command sets the current layer to the selected arc's layer and continues tangentially from whichever end the selected point was closest to. The lisp is fully commented. Also attached is a DWG file and DWF file with some curvilinear shapes created using this routine.
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