Free AutoCAD Programs and Lisp routines


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* [[Hole symbols - AutoCAD LISP|Hole symbols for steel work]] * [[Hole symbols - AutoCAD LISP|Hole symbols for steel work]]
* [[RAG - Remove AutoCAD anonymous groups]] * [[RAG - Remove AutoCAD anonymous groups]]
 +* [[2D Door LISP Routine|2D Door]] A small Lisp program that draws a 2D door on your floor plan.
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A selection of free AutoCAD LISP routines for you to try and enjoy or get some ideas for your next LISP winner !


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