AutoCAD Toolbar Color Options(Illustrated Expression)

In this article, we will show you how to convert the AutoCAD® interface from a dark to a light scheme. Some AutoCAD® users could be very sensitive to working with light colors because their eyes are very sensitive to light. Some other AutoCAD® users are working with Autocad at night so light working with the dark interface of AutoCAD® is much more enjoyable for them. So, adjusting Autocad toolbar color options is very simple.

Other parts of users do not want to use the AutoCAD® light screen because they prefer a lighter working environment, other ones only want to use AutoCAD® dark interface. So there is a very basic option of AutoCAD® that you could adjust your AutoCAD® background color from dark to light or vice versa.

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Changing AutoCAD Toolbar Color

Firstly, as you can see from above, the default AutoCAD® background is dark. Follow the easy steps to make the AutoCAD® background color scheme.

To do the AutoCAD toolbar options, right-click on the drawing window then click on the Options… as shown by the red arrow.

Options of AutoCAD applications will be opened. From this window, click on the Display bar like in the red box above then adjust your AutoCAD toolbar from Color Scheme Dark or Light as shown by the red arrow.

Then click OK to complete your AutoCAD toolbar adjustments.

Above all, AutoCAD® provides various tools to change the color of the drawing elements. You can check the other options about the color of the general elements of the AutoCAD® 2D workspace below.

After doing the adjustment about AutoCAD toolbar color to light, as you can see our main scree AutoCAD® turned into the light color. It is a very helpful option working during days. And making the dark screen of AutoCAD® also very helpful working at night.


So, changing the AutoCAD toolbar color is very simple like above.

Do not forget to leave your comments and questions below about changing the Autocad toolbar color options.

NOTE: All the screenshots and images are used for educational and informative purposes. Images used courtesy of AutoCAD®.


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