Is it possible to have multiple menu items that run the same lisp but with different inputs (or running different parts of the same lisp)?
Someone mentioned that I should combine all our lisps for inserting title blocks into a single lisp routine. This makes great sense, and makes my job easier, but we have 8 different title blocks and our users are used to putting selecting which one they want from a menu. I really don't want to require the user to type in the exact name of the titleblock they want, because I know this will cause errors and frustrations. If I can get separate menu items to call the same lisp, this will allow me to do this easily.
Or do you have any other means of me accomplishing this?
Thank you for any help!
I should have done more looking into this before posting....
I didn't think I had a clue how to do this, but I believe I can set up 8 different defun statements and in the .mns file to run each of the different functions.
Am I on the right track? (I'll keep looking into it, and sorry for posting before I had done more research. I can't figure out how to delete this thread, so I'll keep updating it as I learn more. Any input you can add would be great.)