When it comes to AutoCAD layouts, you’ll appreciate the preview thumbnails that allow you to see a layout without clicking on it. Use the handy “+” symbol to quickly add a new layout (sequentially named Layout1, Layout2, etc.). For those of you who prefer to heap on the layouts—you’ll like the overflow menu for easy access to layouts that extend beyond the width of the display.
Don’t like the order? Simply drag and drop them into their proper place!
Note: You can control the paper background color in Options.
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