Reveal used commands ?

I have a saved file and i want to see the all the commands that i used to create my drawning so i dont have to make it again from 0 is there any way to do that??

Asked on December 11, 2016 in AutoCAD.
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You can achieve something similar (with the ability of having it automatically play back) using the Action Macro recorder.


RE: Reveal used commands ?

Answered on January 12, 2017.
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Hi there,


Unfortunately there’s no option to see history of the past used command on AutoCAD but a good practice is to set

LOGFILEMODE 1 – to set the logging to ON


Only then you can find your past used commands in the log file


Hope this clarifies things and helps in the future 🙂

Answered on December 11, 2016.
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Yeah, there isn’t a way to check your command history with a freshly opened file. But if you’re currently working on a file and want to check out the commands you’ve done, you can always click on the “Recent Commands” button to the left of the command line.

Answered on June 11, 2020.
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