How do you repeat a command in Revit?
- Right-click in the drawing, and click Repeat [Last Command].
- Right-click in the drawing, and click Recent Commands <Command Name>. Recently used commands are options as shown here.
- Press Enter to invoke the last-used command.
- Assign a keyboard shortcut for Repeat Last Command.
Similarly, it is asked, which keys can you press to repeat your last used AutoCAD command?
For instance, you can press Ctrl+O to open a file or you can press Ctrl+S to save a file (the effect is the same as by clicking Open and Save from the quick access toolbar or from the File menu).
How are AutoCAD keyboard shortcuts used?
|CTRL + J||Repeat the last used command|
|X||Explode an object, a volume, a polyline, etc.|
Furthermore, how do I repeat a line in AutoCAD? Start the command, pick your first point, the next point and the next until you are done entering points and press the escape key to end the command. To draw more lines, you have to start the command again. Unless you entered the MULTIPLE command in before you start the LINE command.
Also know, which command is used to repeat the last action?
Repeat an action. To repeat something simple, such as a paste operation, press Ctrl+Y or F4 (If F4 doesn't seem to work, you may need to press the F-Lock key or Fn Key, then F4). If you prefer to use the mouse, click Repeat on the Quick Access Toolbar.
What is Undo command?
Undo. Undo is a command included in most software programs. It is typically located at the top of the Edit menu and has the standard shortcut "Control+Z" in Windows and "Command-Z" in Mac OS X. The Undo command allows you to undo the last action you performed in the program.