Make New Objects with Existing Objects' Properties — Kent Cooper — The purpose of this routine is to allow you to create a new object in AutoCAD that's based on the properties of a selected object. It's very similar to the built-in AutoCAD command named AddSelected, except that this routine has more options for certain objects.
Change Cursor Size Automatically — Mat Kirkland — This tipster likes his AutoCAD cursor size to be small sometimes, and full screen at other times. Rather than manually switch it back and forth, he has created a reactor-based routine that will change the cursor size to 100% for certain commands, then return it to its former setting when done.
Merge Hatches — Juan Villarreal — This routine will combine separate hatch objects into a single object. When you create hatch objects in AutoCAD, there is an option to create multiple hatch objects as one entity or create them separately. If you do the latter, you can use this routine to join them back together.
Import Layouts from Standard Drawings — Michael Nelson — One of the best things about AutoCAD is the ability to automate frequently repeated tasks, which can speed up processes and reduce mistakes. This routine, which imports layouts from one drawing into another, offers both those benefits.