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How to load a LISP application into all documents/drawings?

A - answer Any set of LISP (.lsp/.vlx/.fas) applications can be loaded automatically into all AutoCAD documents.

You can either add them individually to your ACAD.LSP, ACADDOC.LSP etc. files - or - simply drag them on the briefcase icon in the APPLOAD command.

You can also use the (vl-load-all) VLisp command to load an application into all current and subsequently opened documents - e.g.:

(vl-load-all "myApp.vlx")
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See also:
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Tip 7859:How to split a multi-sheet Inventor drawing to individual files?
Tip 7245:How to load/install a LISP application in AutoCAD?

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