I've got a quasi-guest post for you today, courtesy of Paul Munford of The CAD Setter Out. ("Quasi" because I'm going to give you a link, not quote the whole thing.) Last week, after I mentioned using the Properties palette to modify text masks, Paul sent in a link to his in-depth exploration of the Properties palette.
My favorite tip was about undoing the changes you make with the palette:
If you make a lot of edits with the Properties palette, and then go back into AutoCAD and run the ‘undo’ command, all of your edits may undo at once. To undo one change at a time, remain with the Properties palette open, right click anywhere over the palette and choose ‘Undo’.
But there's plenty more where that came from–read the whole thing to brush up on all this palette can do!