I was asked a question about the various command line options for the WALL command in AutoCAD® Architecture, and was surprised to find that the online Help does not have an article on this command. I suppose that, in recent years, most people use the WALLADD command to add a new Wall, most likely through a Tool Palette tool, Ribbon tool or the Styles Browser, but the WALL command still exists. There are other ways to execute the other options as well. The heyday of the WALL command was most likely back in the early days, before Tool Palettes and the Styles Manager (let alone the Styles Browser), but if it is good enough to remain in the program, it should be covered in the Help.
For ease of future reference, here are my findings on the command line options:
- Add: This option is the equivalent of running the WALLADD command, and allows you to create a new Wall.
- COnvert: Use this option to select lines, arcs, circles, or polylines and convert them into Walls. You will be given…