Icon switches (or command line switches) are often a forget method of customizing AutoCAD to gain some additional productivity benefits. Did you know you could use an icon switch to specify the default profile or drawing template that AutoCAD starts up with when you double-click on the desktop icon. Maybe you have been trying to figure out a way to specify a specific workspace to be displayed when you start up AutoCAD, wonder no more. Icon switches allow you to do those things and much more with AutoCAD 2007. AutoCAD has supported icon switches for along time now, since about R14. To learn more about the icon switches in AutoCAD 2007 and previous release, click the link to access the AutoCAD Icon Switches PDF file from HyperPics.com. The PDF file includes information about all the different icon switches available, and even a short tutorial on how to modify a desktop icon to use the icon switches.