Creates and modifies drawing layouts.
The following prompts are displayed.
Copies a layout. If you do not provide a name, the new layout assumes the name of the copied layout with an incremental number in parentheses. The new tab is inserted before the copied layout tab.
Deletes a layout. The most current layout is the default.
The Model tab cannot be deleted. To remove all the geometry from the Model tab, you must select all geometry and use the ERASE command.
Creates a new layout tab. Up to 255 layouts can be created in a single drawing.
Layout names must be unique. Layout names can be up to 255 characters long and are not case sensitive. Only the first 31 characters are displayed on the tab.
Creates a new layout tab based on an existing layout in a template (DWT), drawing (DWG), or drawing interchange (DXF) file. If the FILEDIA system variable is set to 1, a standard file selection dialog box is displayed for selecting a DWT, DWG, or DXF file. After you select a file, the Insert Layouts dialog box is displayed, which lists the layouts saved in the selected file. After you select a layout, the layout and all objects from the specified template or drawing file are inserted into the current drawing.
Renames a layout. The last current layout is used as the default for the layout to rename.
Layout names must be unique. Layout names can be up to 255 characters long and are not case sensitive.
Saves a layout as a drawing template(DWT) file without saving any unreferenced symbol table and block definition information. You can then use the template to create new layouts in your drawings without having to eliminate unnecessary information. See “Reuse Layouts and Layout Settings” in the User's Guide.
The last current layout is used as the default for the layout to save as a template. If the FILEDIA system variable is set to 1, a standard file selection dialog box is displayed in which you can specify the template file in which to save the layout.
The default layout template directory is specified in the Options dialog box.
Makes a layout current.
Lists all the layouts defined in the drawing.