AutoCAD 2004: One Step at a Time (Part 2) by Sykes T.S.

By Sykes T.S.

With half II of this source, you are going to upload Hatching and part strains for your AutoCAD drawing, create and control teams, plot a drawing, examine version and Paper area, reference one drawing to a different, and lots more and plenty extra.

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Adjust the display on your screen to see the back door opening. It's the only opening on the back wall with a node in it. 2. Enter the Insert command by typing insert or i. Alternately, you can pick the Insert button on the Draw toolbar. 3a). 3. Since we last used the door36 block in this drawing, it's now part of the database and will be listed in the Name control box. If it'sn't, select it now. 4. Be sure the Insertion point, Scale, and Rotation are set as indicated. 5. Pick the OK button. AutoCAD will continue the prompts on the command line.

Follow these steps. TOOLS COMMAND SEQUENCE No Button Available Command: g STEPS 1. Enter the Group command by typing group or g at the command prompt. 1a). 2. We'll group the teacher's desk, chair, computer, and the plant on the desk. Enter the name and description as shown. 3. Pick the New < button. Select objects for grouping: 4. 4a). Hit Select objects: 86 found, 1 enter (or right-click) to return to the dialog box. group Select objects: [enter] 5. 5a. Pick the OK button to complete the command.

Right click on the same pattern. AutoCAD presents a cursor menu. 3. We'll customize our pattern before we apply it. Select Properties. 3a). 3a 4. Change the Scale of the pattern to 2. 5. Pick the OK button to complete the procedure. 6. Repeat Step 1, but this time, insert the pattern into the center of both the circles. 6a. 6a Command: quit 30 7. Exit the drawing without saving it. Chapter 17: Hatching and Section Lines Chapter 17: Hatching and Section Lines 31 So which method do you prefer? Obviously, you prefer the easiest!

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