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Can I disable particular commands in AutoCAD?

A - answer Not many users and CAD managers know that in AutoCAD you can disable (undefine) internal commands. For disabling a required command use the _UNDEFINE command followed by name of the undefined command.

For restoring the undefined command use _REDEFINE command (but even this command can be undefined :-)

Alternatively, you can use the Undef2 utility.

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