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Let s change the current layer to Objects 1 Pick Objects and pick the Set Current button The Set Current button is the green check mark at the top of the palette You can also make a layer current by doubleclicking the icon in the Status column next to the layer name
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2 Close the Layer Properties Manager palette Notice that Objects now appears in the Layer text box on the Layers panel 3 Save your work
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Assigning Colors
The Layer Properties Manager permits you to assign screen colors to the layers 1 Pick the Layer Properties button or enter LA 2 Find the Color heading, which is located at the left of the Linetype column heading If the Color column heading and the color names are visible, skip to Step 5 If not, proceed to Steps 3 and 4 3 Position the pointer between the two headings until the pointer changes to a double arrow 4 Click and drag to the right until the names of the colors appear 5 At the right of Objects, pick the black box under the Color heading The Select Color dialog box appears It contains a color palette A color palette is a selection of colors, similar to an artist s palette of colors 6 Select the True Color tab This offers a choice of more than 16 million colors 7 Select the Color Books tab This allows you to specify colors using third-party color books, such as PANTONE , or user-de ned color books 8 Move the vertical slider bar up and down and select the down arrow in the Color book area to review options
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24 Layers and Linetypes
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9 Select the Index Color tab 10 In the bottom half of the dialog box, pick the color red (next to yellow) and pick the OK button AutoCAD assigns the color red to Objects 11 Assign colors to the other layers as indicated in the layer listing in Table 24-1 on page 310 Cyan is light blue and magenta is purple 12 When you have nished assigning the colors, auto-hide the Layer Properties Manager palette and save your work Notice that the color red appears beside Objects in the Layers panel
AutoCAD s COLOR command allows you to set the color for subsequently drawn objects, regardless of the current layer This allows you to set the color of each object individually, giving you a great deal of exibility, but it can become confusing It is recommended that you avoid use of the COLOR command and that its setting remain at ByLayer The ByLayer setting means that the color is speci ed by the layer on which you draw the object The Color Control drop-down box on the Properties panel also allows you to set the current color The recommended setting is ByLayer 13 Draw a circle of any size on the current Objects layer It should appear in the color red 14 Select Hidden from the Layer drop-down box in the Layers panel to make Hidden the current layer 15 Draw a concentric circle inside the rst circle It should appear in the color green
Assigning Linetypes
Various types of lines are used in drafting to show different elements of a drawing By convention, for example, hidden lines (those that would not be visible if you were looking at the actual object) are shown as dashed or broken lines Center lines (imaginary lines that mark the exact center of
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24 Layers and Linetypes
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an object or feature) are shown by a series of long and short line segments Let s look at and load some of the different linetypes AutoCAD makes available to you 1 Display the Layer Properties Manager palette 2 At the right of layer Hidden, and under the Linetype heading, pick Continuous This displays the Select Linetype dialog box 3 Pick the Load button This displays the Load or Reload Linetypes dialog box, as shown in Fig 24-1 AutoCAD stores the list of linetypes in a le named acadlin, as listed in the box at the right of the File button These linetypes conform to International Standards Organization (ISO) standards This is important because ISO is the leading organization for the establishment of international drafting standards
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At this point, you can select the individual linetypes that you want to load and use in the current drawing 4 Using the scroll bar, review the list of linetypes 5 Find and select the CENTER, HIDDEN, and PHANTOM linetypes
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