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How to Change the Background Colour in AutoCAD

Hello Friends! Welcome to my blog. My name is Dipak Varsani, and I am the author of madaboutconstruction.com. I am a Civil Engineer by profession, and I have taken the journey as a Site Engineer in my company.

In this blog, we will see, how to change the background colour in AutoCAD?

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How to change the background colour in AutoCAD?

It is evident that if you are AutoCAD draftsman, then you spend most of the time on AutoCAD and so we need to give as much comfort we can give to our eyes from Display settings. Brightness and correct colour or the colour which we feel comfortable for eyes is so important. So, here we will see how to change the background colour in AutoCAD.

How to change the background colour in AutoCAD?

Follow the below steps to change the AutoCAD background colour;

1) Right-click on the Drawing Area (Make sure there is no other command is active)
2) Go to Options
3) Go to Display Tab
4) Click on Colors button
5) Choose any colour as shown in the above video from the Color Option

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