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CAD tip CAD tip # 13723:

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How to tear and drag a DWG drawing window to a second screen?

A - answer Since AutoCAD 2022 (the entire product family), you can tear off the window (tab) of one of the opened drawings in the AutoCAD application window and drag it with your mouse to a separate window or to another screen.

This allows you to work in one AutoCAD on two (or more) screens on multiple drawings at the same time, with separate command lines. Two screens will of course give you a better overview and more space.

The procedure is simple - see the video:

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10.5.2023    21549×  

See also:
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Tip 13252:Free online viewer for USD/USDA/USDZ files (Pixar).
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