Property-Settings-Dialog-Box

Property Settings Dialog Box

Property Settings Dialog Box

Specifies the properties that are copied from the select source object to the destination
objects.

Specifies which basic properties and special properties to copy from the source object
to the destination objects.

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Basic Properties

Color

Changes the color of the destination object to that of the source object. Available
for all objects.

Layer

Changes the layer of the destination object to that of the source object. Available
for all objects.

Linetype

Changes the linetype of the destination object to that of the source object. Available
for all objects except attributes, hatches, multiline text, points, and viewports.

Linetype Scale

Changes the linetype scale factor of the destination object to that of the source
object. Available for all objects except attributes, hatches, multiline text, points,
and viewports.

Lineweight

Changes the lineweight of the destination object to that of the source object. Available
for all objects.

Transparency

Changes the transparency of the of the destination object to that of the source object.
Available for all objects.

Thickness

Changes the thickness of the destination object to that of the source object. Available
only for arcs, attributes, circles, lines, points, 2D polylines, regions, and text.

Plot Style

Changes the plot style of the destination object to that of the source object. If
you are working in color-dependent plot style mode (PSTYLEPOLICY is set to 1), this
option is unavailable. Available for all objects, except those with the Jitter edge
modifier applied.

Special Properties

Dimension

In addition to basic object properties, changes the dimension style and annotative
properties of the destination object to that of the source object. Available only
for dimension, leader, and tolerance objects.

Polyline

In addition to basic object properties, changes the width and linetype generation
properties of the destination polyline to those of the source polyline. The fit/smooth
property and the elevation of the source polyline are not transferred to the destination
polyline. If the source polyline has variable width, the width property is not transferred
to the destination polyline.

Material

(Not available for AutoCAD LT)

In addition to basic object properties, changes the material applied to the object.
If the source object does not have a material assigned and the destination object
does, the material is removed from the destination object.

Text

In addition to basic object properties, changes the text style and annotative properties
of the destination object to that of the source object. Available only for single-line
and multiline text objects.

Viewport

In addition to basic object properties, changes the following properties of the destination
paper space viewport to match those of the source viewport: on/off, display locking,
standard or custom scale, shade plot, snap, grid, and UCS icon visibility and location.

The following viewport settings are not transferred:

  • Clipping
  • Freeze/thaw layer states
  • UCS per viewport (not applicable to AutoCAD LT)

Shadow Display

(Not available in AutoCAD LT)

In addition to basic object properties, changes the shadow display. The object can
cast shadows, receive shadows, or both, or it can ignore shadows.

Hatch

In addition to basic object properties, changes the hatch properties (including its
annotative properties) of the destination object to that of the source object. To
match the hatch origin, use Inherit Properties in HATCH or HATCHEDIT. Available only
for hatch objects.

Table

In addition to basic object properties, changes the table style of the destination
object to that of the source object. Available only for table objects.

Multileader

In addition to basic object properties, changes the multileader style and annotative
properties of the destination object to that of the source object. Available only
for multileader objects.

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