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    A very useful command for increasing productivity is MULTIPLE.

    If you want to repeat any command without pressing the enter key, or relying on the right-click menu then use the command MULTIPLE.

    1. Type multiple into the command line and press enter (Fig 1).

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    2. You will be prompted to enter the name of the command you want to repeat, and press enter (in this example I will use the rectangle command so have typed REC (Fig 2).

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    3. Start drawing. Each time you have finished drawing each object you will remain in the command and can continue to draw. This command is a big time saver!

      Example below – This was all drawn without the need to reselect my command, press enter or spacebar to repeat command and without the use of the right-click menu.

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    4. To cancel repetition of the command press ESC key.

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