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Named selection sets.

A - answer For easier repeated object selection you can use groups specified by name.

First use the GROUP (or -GROUP) command to define and name your selected objects and then - on the AutoCAD Select objects: prompt - enter the option G and enter the name of your defined group.

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29.11.2005    4932×  
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