To-Work-With-Subobject-Selection

To Work With Subobject Selection

    To Work With Subobject Selection

    Limit Selection to Vertex Subobjects

    1. Home tab Selection panel Vertex. Find
    2. When you select a 3D solid or mesh subobject, only the vertex can be selected.

    Select Multiple Faces, Edges, or Vertices

    • Press Ctrl+click as you select faces, edges, or vertices.
      NOTE: If a subobject selection filter is active, you do not need to press Ctrl before clicking
      a face, edge, or vertex.

    Remove a Subobject From a Selection Set

    • Press and hold Ctrl+Shift. Click a selected face, edge, or vertex.

      The grip, if displayed, changes from red to blue.

      NOTE: If a subobject selection filter is active, you do not need to press Ctrl before clicking
      a face, edge, or vertex.

    Learning AutoCad

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