This is a great write up on how to get rid of those pesky layout tabs. Thanks Sam!
Do you every get annoyed by those default layout tabs in AutoCAD? Why are they there? Can I remove them? I always instruct my users to rename the layout tabs (right-click-rename) to an appropriate name and/or remove if they are not used. Here is a trick on how to remove those tabs using a macro placed on a tool palette.
The default setting in AutoCAD will display a Model Space Tab along with a Layout1 (1) and Layout2 (2) tabs as shown in the image below. The Model tab represents model space which is where you draft and design the model of your project. The Layout tab represents the paper space environment where you create layouts typically including title blocks, general notes, and a window of items drawn in model space.
First of all, you cannot delete the Model Tab; that is default by AutoCAD and used to create your model or geometry…
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