Have you wondered how you can run AutoCAD Commands without a dialog box. It is simple – add a “-” in front of the the command name
For example if you type in “layer” as a command into your Autocad command line your layer dialog box opens up. But if you type in “-layer” there will be no dialog box.
This is useful if you are trying to create your own AutoCAD macro. Just in case you cannot find the manage button (in older versions of AutoCAD) try switching to another work space. You should then find it. Here is the video from CADD Microsystems showing you how to create AutoCAD macros: