Q: Where is the AutoCAD Classic workspace?
Q: How do I change the application’s colour scheme?
Two colour schemes are available for you to choose from, dark and light.
Q: How can I find where a command is located?
When you open a command topic in the Help system, in most cases you will see the icon of the command tool followed by the word, Find. If you click Find, a red arrow appears, pointing to a location on the ribbon, the Application menu, or the status bar.
If the command is not available in the current workspace or it is hidden, a message is displayed instead that describes where the command is located.
To find all locations from which a command can be accessed
You can find all the places that a command can be accessed in the current workspace.
If the results refer to a ribbon tab or a ribbon panel that is not displayed, you can display it by following these steps:
Here’s an example of searching for the PLOT command.
Q: Why can’t I see the Model or Layout tabs?
If the Model and layout tabs are not visible, right-click in the drawing area and choose Options. In the Options dialog box, Display tab, under the Layout Elements area, check Display Layout and Model Tabs. Click OK.