If you know the command
you want but cannot locate it in the ribbon, use these tools to
Ribbon Command Locator
Command Locator displays the current ribbon location
for menu commands you used in previous releases of AutoCAD Map 3D. If
the command is not on the ribbon, the Ribbon Command Locator tells
you how to access it.
To locate a command on the ribbon
- In the InfoCenter field,
type the name of the command.
- In the list that displays, choose Find
A Command On The Ribbon.
You can also click Tools
tab Customization panel Ribbon Command
- In the Ribbon Command Locator window,
specify the workspace you used in the previous release.
- Select the command from a menu to see
its current ribbon location (or an alternative way to access it).
Choose the command
from the menu you used in the previous release of AutoCAD Map 3D. Its
current location appears in the Location In Ribbon field.
Type a command name into
the application menu Search field to issue that command or display
its dialog box.
The Search field is
at the top of the application menu.
To use the Search field
- Click to see the application menu.
- In the field at the top of the menu,
type all or part of the command name.
For example, type define.
Commands beginning with the word “define” are displayed.
- In the list that displays, click the
For example, if you typed define,
click Define Query to display the Define Query
Of Attached Drawing(s) dialog box.
NoteIf you customized
the ribbon, the command might not be in the indicated location.
To find its current location, use the Ribbon Command Locator instead.
To continue this tour
of AutoCAD Map 3D, go to Workspaces