Double clicking text gives unknown command message (ddedit)

Applies to AutoCAD 2015, AutoCAD Architecture 2015, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015, AutoCAD Electrical 2015, AutoCAD LT 2015, AutoCAD MEP 2015, AutoCAD Map 3D 2015, AutoCAD Mechanical 2015, AutoCAD P&ID 2015, AutoCAD Plant 3D 2015, AutoCAD Raster Design 2015, AutoCAD Structural Detailing 2015, AutoCAD Utility Design 2015, and AutoCAD ecscad 2015


When you double-click a text, the program sends an error message:  


An error may have occurred in the user interface customization when you migrated from a previous version. This happens because the DDEDIT command, which was activated when double-clicking text in the previous versions of the program, was discontinued with the 2015 release.


You can correct this problem using a couple of methods.

Update the Customize User Interface dialog box 

The corresponding macro can be corrected in the Customize User Interface utility as follows: 

1. Type CUI in the command line.
2. In the left window, navigate to "Double Click Actions" > Text > Text, Edit.
3. In the right panel, edit the macro and replace ^C^C_ddedit  with ^C^C_textedit.  
Update the PGP file
  1. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to
    C:\Users\<<user>>\AppData\Roaming\Autodesk\C3D 2015\enu\Support.
  2. Find the acad.pgp file and save a copy.
  3. Click the Express Tools tab > Tools > Command Aliases to open the acad.pgp Alias Editor dialog box.
  4. Add the command alias DDEDIT to the acad.pgp file, defining it as TEXTEDIT.
  5. Click OK. Then click Apply.
  6. Close and restart the program.