By Sykes T.S.
With half II of this source, you'll upload Hatching and part strains on your AutoCAD drawing, create and manage teams, plot a drawing, research version and Paper house, reference one drawing to a different, and masses extra.
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14a. 14a Command: qsave Chapter 18: Many as One — Groups and Blocks 15. Save and close the drawing.
Enter the Move command. 2. 2a. Complete the selection. 2a Specify base point or displacement: 21',0 3. Use the displacement method to move the tree 21 feet to the right. Specify second point of displacement or
AutoCAD will return to the graphics screen and prompt Select objects for grouping. When you've finished selecting the objects, hit enter to return to the Object Grouping dialog box. Be sure there's a check in the Selectable check box if you want to manipulate the selected objects as a group. • Use the seven buttons in the Change Group frame to modify a group. First, select the group to be modified in the list box. Then pick one of the buttons in the Change Group frame. ♦ Add or remove objects from a group with the Remove < and Add < buttons.