Quick-Select-Dialog-Box

Quick Select Dialog Box

Quick Select Dialog Box

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Apply To

Applies the filtering criteria to the entire drawing or to the current selection set
(if one exists).

If Append to Current Selection Set is selected, the filtering criteria is applied
to the entire drawing.

Select Objects

Temporarily closes the Quick Select dialog box so that you can select the objects
to which you want to apply the filter criteria.

Object Type

Specifies the type of objects to include in the filtering criteria. If the filtering
criteria are being applied to the entire drawing, the Object Type list includes all
object types, including custom. Otherwise, the list includes only the object types
of the selected objects.

For AutoCAD LT, if you select an object type not supported, it is grayed out in the
Properties palette and is not available for changes.

Properties

Specifies the object property for the filter. This list includes all searchable properties
for the selected object type. The property you select determines the options available
in Operator and Value.

If an application such as AutoCAD آ® Map 3D was used to add a feature classification to an object, you can select a classification
property.

Operator

Controls the range of the filter. Depending on the selected property, options can
include Equals, Not Equal To, Greater Than, Less Than, and *Wildcard Match. *Wildcard
Match is available only for text fields that can be edited. Use the Select All option
to ignore all properties filters.

Value

Specifies the property value for the filter.

How to Apply

Specifies whether you want the new selection set to include or exclude objects that
match the specified filtering criteria. Select Include in New Selection Set to create
a new selection set composed only of objects that match the filtering criteria. Select
Exclude from New Selection Set to create a new selection set composed only of objects
that do not match the filtering criteria.

Append to Current Selection Set

Specifies whether the selection set created by QSELECT replaces or is appended to
the current selection set.

NOTE: QSELECT supports custom objects (objects created by another application) and their
properties. If a custom object uses properties other than standard properties, the
custom object’s source application must be running in order for the application-specific
properties to be available to QSELECT.

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