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AutoCAD 2013 command line is off-screen.

A - answer If you have moved your AutoCAD command line (2013 and higher) off screen by mistake - e.g. by mouse dragging, or by connecting off a second monitor, or by changing your screen resolution (projector) - you can return it back using a simple change in the CUI dialog.

CUI (CZ version)

For the current workspace expand the Palettes and locate the "Command Line" item. Here change the properties Show to "Yes" a Orientation e.g. to "Bottom". Apply/confirm the changes. Your command line will be again docked at the bottom of the drawing window. You can drag it to the desired position.

For older versions use the Tip 8018.

ACAD2013LT2013
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7.8.2012    10548x  
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applies to: AutoCAD 2013 · AutoCAD LT 2013 ·

See also:
Tip 10855:Dynamic linetype scaling by mouse dragging.
Tip 10842:HidePStyle - completely hide selected plot style for printing.
Tip 10827:Originally maximized AutoCAD is restored from Windows taskbar as a window.
Tip 10544:How to highlight polyline nodes and segments?
Tip 10383:The shortest path between two points on a network.


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