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How to edit all types of entities using a single command?

A - answer It may be difficult to remember which editing command is for which type of drawing object.
AutoCAD introduces a new way of object editing. Just doubleclick any entity and AutoCAD runs the right editing command for this entity.
DBLCLKEDIT has to be On, PICKFIRST has to be On.
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6.12.2001    6160x  
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applies to: AutoCAD 2002 · AutoCAD LT 2002 ·

See also:
Tip 7238:Double-click edit stopped to work in my AutoCAD.
Tip 3498:Double-click edit works only on some PCs.
Tip 1646:How to make a function which will edit any drawing text (Text, Mtext, Attribute)?

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