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Is there a command similar to Revit's "Create Similar" in AutoCAD?

A - answer In AutoCAD, you can use functionally quite similar command ADDSELECTED, or you can try an older LISP utility MakeMore (see www.cadstudio.cz/download).

These tools behave like "CS" in Revit - they create new DWG objects with the same type and properties as the selected object in the current drawing.

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16.5.2016    2357×  
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