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Displaying Command History

You can open the command history in a separate window on top of the graphics area.

To turn on the command history window:

Do one of the following:

  • Click View > Display > Command History.
  • Type CommandHistory at the command prompt.
  • Press F2.
  • Press Fn + F2.

To hide the command history window:

Do one of the following:


Command: CommandHistory

Menu: View > Display > Command History

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