With Part II of this resource, you will add Hatching and Section lines to your AutoCAD drawing, create and manipulate Groups, plot a drawing, learn Model and Paper space, reference one drawing to another, and much more.
In Part II, you’ll:
- Know how to add Hatching and Section Lines to your AutoCAD drawing
- Know how to edit hatch patterns using the Hatchedit command
- Know how to use the Sketch command
- Know how to create and manipulate Groups
- Know how to use blocks in a drawing
- Know how to create libraries of blocked objects
- Know how to share blocks between drawings using the AutoCAD Design Center and Tool Palettes
- Know how to create and manipulate Block Attributes
- Know how to insert blocks with attributes
- Know how to control the display of attributes
- Know how to edit attribute information
- Know how to redefine a block with attributes
- Know how to extract attribute data to another program or for a bill of materials
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