Today's tip is for all my Mac users out there, and it's about helping you get up to speed on this newly-supported platform.
The main thing that makes the Mac version of AutoCAD LT unique is that it looks like a Mac program. (That, and multi-touch gestures.) There's no ribbon on the Mac, the toolbars are a little different, the menu is more or less the same...but how are you supposed to find anything?
With Dynamic Help.
This handy feature, found in many Mac programs, is sort of like AutoComplete for the Help file. Just type in the first few letters of what you're looking for, and AutoCAD LT gives you a list of menu items that match those characters. Hover over an item in the list to see its location. Then you can either select the item straight from the Help window, or navigate to it yourself.
Note that if you're looking for help on using a command, not just finding it, you'll need to actually launch the Help file first.