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How to make voids (islands) in hatch areas?

A - answer If you want to avoid hatching an internal area in the hatched object, make sure you include the island object or objects (or e.g. text) in the selection set of the HATCH or BHATCH command.
Also make sure you have set the Normal or Outer methods of hatching (see the Advanced tab in BHatch).
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See also:
Tip 7060:Cannot hatch an object enclosed by a zigzag line (AMZIGZAG).
Tip 6031:AutoCAD: Do you really want to do this?
Tip 5767:Broken "exploded" hatch.
Tip 5131:How to place dimensions or hatches automatically to preset layers?
Tip 1680:Hatch pattern doesn't fill the entire polygon.

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