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You can also use AutoCAD Today s Symbol Libraries tab to store, organize, and insert blocks. See 26 for more information.
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The drawings you need for the following Step-by-Step exercise on inserting blocks, ab14-b.dwg and ab18-c.dwg, are in the Drawings folder of the AutoCAD 2002 Bible CD-ROM.
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Step-by-Step: Inserting Blocks
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1. Open ab18-c.dwg from the CD-ROM. 2. Save the file as ab18-3.dwg in your AutoCAD Bible folder. This is the floor plan of the first floor of a house, as shown in Figure 18-11. Many of the doors and a toilet need to be inserted. OSNAP should be on. Set running object snaps for endpoint and midpoint. The current layer is Door. 3. Use Zoom Window to zoom in on the left third of the house.
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Figure 18-11: The floor plan of the house needs some doors and a new toilet.
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Choose Insert Block from the Draw toolbar. In the Name drop-down list of the Insert dialog box, choose DOOR (if it is not already selected). Check all three Specify On-Screen checkboxes. Click OK to close the Insert dialog box.
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If you make a mistake while inserting a door, press Esc if you are in the middle of the prompts. If you have completed the command, click Undo on the Standard toolbar or erase the door and start over.
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5. As you move the cursor, you can see the dragged image of a door. This image shows you the block at an X and Y scale of 1 and a 0-degree rotation angle. Follow the prompts:
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Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Use the Endpoint object snap to pick 1 in Figure 18-11. Enter X scale factor, specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: -1 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: 1 Specify rotation angle <0>: 270 (You could also specify -90 degrees.)
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6. Repeat the INSERT command. The Insert dialog box already shows the DOOR block. Click OK. Follow the prompts. You ll probably want to use Zoom Window to zoom into the area of 2 in Figure 18-11.
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Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Pick 2 in Figure 18-11. Enter X scale factor, specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: 2/3 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: Specify rotation angle <0>: 180
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7. If you zoomed in for the previous step, return to the previous view using Zoom Previous. Zoom in to the area around 3 in Figure 18-11. Choose Insert Block from the Draw toolbar. Click OK. Follow the prompts:
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Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Pick 3 in Figure 18-11. Enter X scale factor or specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: -3/4 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: 3/4 Specify rotation angle <0>: 315
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8. Use Zoom Dynamic to zoom in to the area around 4 and 5 in Figure 18-11. Choose Insert Block from the Draw toolbar. Click OK. Follow the prompts.
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Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Pick 4 in Figure 18-11. Enter X scale factor, specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: 1 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: Specify rotation angle <0>: 270
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9. Repeat the INSERT command and click OK. Follow the prompts:
Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Pick 5 in Figure 18-11.
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Enter X scale factor, specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: -1 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: 1 Specify rotation angle <0>: 90
10. Use Zoom Dynamic to zoom in on the area around 6 and 7 in Figure 18-11. Start the INSERT command and click OK. Follow the prompts:
Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Pick 6 in Figure 18-11. Enter X scale factor, specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: -2/3 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: 2/3 Specify rotation angle: 270
11. Repeat the INSERT command and click OK. Follow the prompts:
Specify insertion point or [Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate/PScale/PX/PY/PZ/PRotate]: Pick 7 in Figure 18-11. Enter X scale factor, specify opposite corner, or [Corner/XYZ] <1>: 2/3 Enter Y scale factor <use X scale factor>: Specify rotation angle: 90
12. Beneath the doors you just inserted is a water closet with a toilet. Pan down to it. Erase the toilet, which is a block. Change the current layer to FIXTURE. 13. Choose AutoCAD DesignCenter from the Standard toolbar. (If you don t see the two panes, click Tree View Toggle on the DesignCenter toolbar.) In the left pane, navigate to your CD-ROM drive. (You may need to use the horizontal scroll bar if the left side of the list of drives and folders is not in view.) Doubleclick the CD-ROM drive, and then double-click ab14-b.dwg. Click Blocks from the list of named objects. On the right, you see the blocks in the drawing. 14. Double-click TOILET2. You see a preview at the bottom of the DesignCenter. (If not, click Preview on the DesignCenter toolbar.) AutoCAD opens the Insert dialog box. Because you can see the preview, you know the rotation angle is correct and you can assume that the scale is correct because toilets are generally about the same size. The Insertion Point Specify On-Screen checkbox should be checked. The other Specify On-Screen checkboxes should be unchecked. Click OK. 15. Drag the toilet into the water closet and use a Midpoint object snap to place it at the middle of the bottom wall of the water closet. If you wish, choose AutoCAD DesignCenter on the Standard bar to close the DesignCenter (or click its Close button). 16. Do a Zoom Extents and save your drawing.