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How to transfer a CUI workspace to another PC?

A - answer It is quite simple to copy a selected AutoCAD workspace to a different computer - you can use the Transfer tab in the CUI command dialog.

On the Transfer tab first make sure you have an empty CUI in the right pane (click the "Create new CUI" icon if neccessary). In the left panel, click on the selected workspace name (in the Workspaces tree) and drag it by mouse to the Workspaces item in the right pane. Repeat this for possible other workspaces. Save the resulting .CUI file using the floppy icon ("Save current CUI file", rightmost).

Open the resulting CUI file on the target PC.

Note: Possible workspaces in partial CUI files are ignored. Workspaces in Enterprise CUI files are transferred and if there are duplicate names in the main CUI, the Enterprise version wins.

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17.8.2006    57887×  

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