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AutoCAD 2006 doesn't display my command line window - how to get it back?

A - answer Try to press the key combination Ctrl+9 (or enter the _COMMANDLINE command) - it is possible that you have previously switched off your commandline window.

Your command window could be also dragged off screen - increase your graphics resolution, press F2 to display the text window.

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See also:
Tip 11693:Adding numbers in drawing texts.
Tip 11664:Which AutoCAD commands do exist also in the commandline (non-dialog) dashed version?
Tip 11623:Measuring suddenly doesn't work in AutoCAD or DWG TrueView.
Tip 11511:Assigning elevations to 2D contours (isolines).
Tip 11492:Adding selected numbers in drawing texts - counting numbers (GrSelNum).


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