Please note - The following programs are provided "AS IS". The programs were all written and tested in AutoCAD 2013.
A'cad Solutions LLC does not guarantee that the programs will work with your version of AutoCAD or in your existing network environment. The programs do not work with AutoCAD LT.

These programs are copyright by A'cad Solutions LLC and resale of this program is strictly prohibited.  Conditional use of the program is granted.
If you would like to have any of these programs enhanced, please contact Alan Henderson for a quote to update the program.

TrackDwg.lsp Program to track drawings opened in AutoCAD.
Programs to write line of text each time an AutoCAD drawing is opened.
Text line = Date (MM-DD-YY), Time (HH:MM), drawing name and user login name WinZip Drawing for testing Plot Style Tables - Layer 1 = Color 1 - includes circles, line, solid and text
Notes.lsp Program to insert Notes with dynamic dialog box based on Note Files.
   SN program
      finds all note files in predetermined folder with names = Notes-???.txt (??? is any text excluding spaces)
      builds a dialog box with a button for each Notes-???.txt file
   N program
      loads SN dialog box
      user selects button, program displays lines of text from Note file
      or user inputs text not available in note file(s).
Note -
   Text can be added to any of the Notes-???.txt files, but the SN command has to be rerun to rebuild text list
   New Note files can be created at any time, but the SN command has to be rerun to rebuild text list and dialog box Program to create legend based on layers and blocks in drawing
   Use command (load "Legend") to start program
   Requires 2 files -
       Legend_Layers.txt - ascii text file with list of layer names and text used in Legend (separated by tab)
       Legend_Blocks.txt - ascii text file with list of block names and text used in Legend (separated by tab) This program was created out of frustration in trying to remember all the setvars that constantly change over the years.

Program searchs the Acad_Setvars.dat file to find names and descriptions of AutoCAD setvars.
I looked up all the setvar names in 2008 help and created the Acad_Setvars.dat file.
The file can easily be added to or changed to suit your needs.
Load the LSP file and at the command prompt type FSV.

There are 2 text boxes that you can type portions of the text in the Acad_Setvars.dat file (fill in 1 or both boxes), then pick the Find Now button.
      Example - Type 'TEXT' and 'MIRROR' returns the following line.
      MIRRTEXT Controls how the MIRROR command reflects text.

Double-click on the command will launch the setvar command.