For June, Harry's picks include the following:
Copy Text Strings — Robert L. Zipprich — This routine allows you to copy one text string to multiple others in AutoCAD.
Drawing Utilities — Nick Johnson — If you are a keyboard junkie, you will probably like this tip, which comprises several short LISP functions that are executed with a short key-in command.
Calculate Area from Picked Points — Alan Thompson — Alan is back this month with a routine that calculates area from points you select. The routine gives you feedback in the form of a "rubber band" line so you can see what you have picked.
Precise Panning — Sanjay Kulkarni — Sanjay's code adds some new features to the old Pan command, enabling you to pan a specific distance and direction.
Label XYZ — Leonid Nemirovsky — You can use this routine to label the x, y, and z of a picked point in AutoCAD. The routine fills in the attributes for the included DWG file.
Delete Object by Handle — Raymond L. Foren — All entities created within a given drawing file in AutoCAD have a unique tag assigned to them, called a handle. DOH is a routine that allows you to delete entities by this handle.