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Modify Hatched Areas

Modify Hatched Areas

Modify Hatched Areas

MouseOK    Ribbon: Home - Modify >  Edit hatches

MouseOK    Menu: Modify – Object >  Hatch …

MouseOK    Toolbar: Modify Object –

KeyboardOK Command line: HATCHEDIT

As with any other object, a hatch can be deleted, copied, moved, rotated, etc.

If a hatch is selected, you can change its scale and angle.

You can edit the hatch properties in the Hatch dialog box that is used to create the hatch.

The Edit Hatches command allows you to recreate removed hatch boundaries. When you use the Edit Hatch command, the Recreate boundary option will be available in the Hatch dialog box.

To recreate a boundary:

     

1.    Start the Hatch command from the Modify – Object

2.    In the Hatch dialog box, click theRecreate boundary  icon.

3.    In the command line or context menu, select the Region or Polyline option to specify the object type to recreate the boundary.

4.    Select Yes or No In the command line prompt Reassociate hatch with new boundary? [Yes/No] <N>:

5.    In the Hatch dialog box click OK.

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