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How to load LISP files automatically into AutoCAD session?

A - answer If you want to load your .LSP applications into every AutoCAD session, add them (either by copy/paste or by invoking the (load "myApp.lsp") command) to your ACAD.LSP (or ACADDOC.LSP) file (use a text editor, e.g. Notepad).

NB: ACAD.LSP is loaded only in the first session unless you have ACADLSPASDOC set to 1.

Or - in a simpler way - use the 'StartUp Suite' in the APPLOAD dialog. You can even just drag your LSP file from Windows Explorer to the Briefcase icon in the APPLOAD dialog.

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Tip 11847:Automatic UCS aligned with the current View (UCSauto switch).
Tip 8823:Import of IGES, CATIA, Pro/E, Solidworks, NX files in AutoCAD 2013-2015.
Tip 8794:Display CAD model in true size 1:1 on your monitor.
Tip 7944:Automatic installation of AutoCAD 2012 add-on applications.
Tip 7549:DEPENDS - displaying file dependencies in a DWG drawing.

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