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What is an AutoCAD CUI file?

What is an AutoCAD CUI file?

An AutoCAD CUI (Customization User Interface) file is a configuration file used to customize and manage the user interface elements, including menus, toolbars, ribbons, and keyboard shortcuts in AutoCAD.

Usage: CUI files are employed to create, edit, and organize the AutoCAD interface according to specific user preferences and workflows.

Examples of Use:

  1. Menu Customization: Modify or create custom menus to organize and access AutoCAD commands efficiently.
  2. Toolbar and Ribbon Customization: Customize toolbars and ribbons to include specific commands and functions.
  3. Keyboard Shortcuts: Define or edit keyboard shortcuts for quick access to frequently used commands.
  4. Workspace Configuration: Create customized workspaces tailored to different design tasks or roles.

AutoCAD CUI files enable users to adapt the AutoCAD interface to their specific needs, enhancing productivity and workflow efficiency.