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The Fence option enables you to specify a series of temporary lines. AutoCAD selects any object crossing the lines. Figure 9-18 shows the process of defining a selection fence. Figure 9-19 shows the result the selected objects are highlighted.
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The Window Polygon option (WPolygon) is like Window except that you create a polygon instead of a rectangular window. AutoCAD selects all objects that lie entirely within the polygon.
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The Crossing Polygon option (CPolygon) is like Crossing except that you create a polygon instead of a rectangular window. AutoCAD selects all objects that lie entirely or partly within the window.
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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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Figure 9-18: Using a fence to select objects
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Figure 9-19: The selected objects are highlighted.
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The Group option selects a named group of objects. (Groups are covered in 10.)
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The Remove option enables you to deselect objects. Once you use this option, all objects you select are deselected and are therefore removed from the selection set. Use the Add option to once again select objects.
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Use Add after using Remove to start selecting objects again.
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An alternative to using Remove to deselect objects is to press Shift and deselect objects by picking or implied windowing. Implied windowing is discussed later in this chapter.
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The Multiple option turns off highlighting as you select objects. This can speed up the selection of large numbers of objects. However, you cannot visually determine which objects are in the selection set.
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Previous automatically selects all objects you selected for the previous command. Objects selected and edited using grips are not remembered for this option. (Grips are covered in the next chapter.)
Undo deselects the object(s) selected at the last Select objects: prompt. (If you removed objects from the selection set at the last Select objects: prompt, Undo reselects them.)
AUto combines picking with the BOX option. By default, you can select objects this way without specifying this option. See the description of implied windowing later in this chapter.
When you specify this option, AutoCAD responds with another Select objects: prompt. You select objects using any option, and then AutoCAD immediately ends the selection process. You don t have to press Enter.
Cycling through objects
It may happen that you have many objects close together in a drawing, making it hard to select the object or point you want. You could always zoom in, but in a complex drawing this can take quite a bit of time. Another trick is to use object cycling. At the Select objects: prompt, hold down Ctrl and pick at the area where more than one object overlaps. AutoCAD displays the <Cycle on> message. One object is highlighted. If it is not the one you want, continue to hold down Ctrl and pick. AutoCAD cycles through the objects. When you have the one you want, release Ctrl. Press Enter to turn object cycling off. You can continue to select other objects or end object selection by pressing Enter.
Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
Spotlight on AutoCAD users R. G. Greer Design Inc., Fergus, Ontario
R. G. Greer Design Inc. uses AutoCAD and APDesign, third-party software that works directly with AutoCAD (1-888-CADSOFT or http://www.cadsoft.com), to create 3D models for its residential designs. These drawing models are initially used as presentation tools so clients can quickly visualize projects. Two-dimensional drawings have always been difficult for clients to understand and fully visualize, says Rod Greer, president of R. G. Greer Design. Three-dimensional models allow perspective views and animation of both the exterior and interior spaces and present a clearer, more tangible design concept for our clients. The 2D AutoCAD drawing of a house shown here was designed by R. G. Greer Design Inc. You can see that the complexity of the drawing makes it difficult to visualize the final result. In the next stage, the drawing models are put to work in construction documents and building estimates. APDesign adds to AutoCAD a parametric database of construction materials, specifications, and cost. The process of drawing objects in AutoCAD is a little different using APDesign s drawing tools. Walls, doors, windows, roofs, and so on are inserted from the APDesign database and linked so that the lines drawn in plan view (looking from the top) represent, for example, a 2 4 Spruce stud at 16" spacing with all the framing information required by local building codes. Also, a value for the cost per lineal foot is attached to the database and can be updated at any time. The 3D models are intelligent and can quickly provide building material quantity estimates through the use of APDesign s Quantity module.
The 2D plan view of the house Finally, the drawing model is used for clients who require or desire a rendering a photorealistic visualization. The 3D model is used to create a perspective view that can be rendered by computer or by traditional artists. Here you see the computer rendering. What client wouldn t get excited about this house R. G. Greer Design uses both rendering media,