After you print in AutoCAD, there is a little annoying notification that stays open in the bottom right of the screen until you click to close it. This is the default setting. This setting can be changed so that it stays open for a designated amount of time. I have made a post about it before but the method of invoking the dialog box in that old post (found here) is no longer available in AutoCAD 2015. But luckily, there is a command to get to the “Tray Settings” dialog box.
Here is an example of the “annoying” pop-up that stays open until you close it.
Here is an example of how to change this setting in AutoCAD 2014:
But to change this setting in AutoCAD 2015, simply use the command TRAYSETTINGS
and you will get the familiar dialog box where you can set the time for the dialog box to remain open (shown below):