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    Default How to change the copy command from "CO" to "CC"

    I'm having trouble finding a way to change the copy command from "CO" to "CC" in AutoCAD 2008.

    Any tips?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: How to change the copy command from "CO" to "CC"

    Try AliasEdit in Express Tools, if you have them installed.

    If not, locate the Acad.pgp and add the following to the very bottom of the file (where user edits are to be located).

    CC, *COPY

    You could even change it so C is Copy and CR is Circle!

    C, *COPY
    CR, *CIRCLE

    There is no need to edit the default definitions. The last definition wins, which is why user edits belong at the bottom of the Acad.pgp file.

    P.S. Command: (findfile "acad.pgp")
    This will tell you where your Acad.pgp is located if you do not have AliasEdit.
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    Default Re: How to change the copy command from "CO" to "CC"

    Thanks! I had heard about changing the acad.pgp file but couldn't find it on my 64 bit machine. The (findfile "acad.pgp") command worked great.

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