Here is an example of creating a TABLE entity using lisp. This example also creates some FIELDS using lisp.
This routine allows the user to select closed polylines, and it will create a TABLE with two columns. One containing the area, and the other containing the ObjectID. The last row totals up the area. You could easily adapt this to show the layer, color or any other property. Read more about Create a TABLE using lisp
Do you have an application such as AutoCAD that is displaying any of the following symptoms?
Starting up slower than normal?
Running slower than normal?
Long delays when you try to run a particular function, like save, open, or plot?
If you have already ruled out typical suspects such as a virus, spyware, malware, hardware limitations, etc., then there is a good chance that maybe the application is simply looking for something that isn't there. Windows and windows applications like to search for things for what seems like an eternity. So how can you find out what is going on behind the scenes? Read more about Tracking down why that application is slow
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Since the DWF format has been gaining steam over the past couple of years, one of the requests I have seen a lot is for the ability to automatically create a DWF at the same time you save or close a drawing in AutoCAD. Starting with AutoCAD 2008, you can now do this. Read more about AutoCAD 2008 - Automatic DWF Publish