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David Mullen

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Jan 17, 2002
Does anyone know a way to change the properties of a portion of a sketch created in Apex.

Every now and then, I will draw an area as a separate part of the sketch and then forget to set the "negative" property or set it so that it is not included in the living area.

Seems like there should be some way to set that property after the sketch is completed.

Thanks
 

Tim Hicks (Texas)

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Reopen the sketch. Alt "e" to area properties, select the area to edit, then check the calculation button to "negative area". quite easy.
 

David Mullen

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Tim

Thanks for the answer. It works perfectly and you are right. It is easy if you know how. Thanks again

Dave
 
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