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Modifying Blocks (Fixtures) using


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Modified 2009-12-01
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Author Rufus
Modifying Blocks (Fixtures) using:
Refedit to rotate the 3D part of a block

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Place a block on the drawing.

NOTE: To open any palette, place your cursor over any icon along the top and click the right mouse button ... this will open a fly-out menu to select palettes from.

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From the LD view palette

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click on the Front view button .

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From the Refedit palette click on the Edit Block button then click on the block in the drawing..

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When this dialog box opens, click on the OK button. Now, place the cursor in the drawing. Holding down on the left mouse button draw a square around the block. (This select all the parts for editing.) Next, right mouse click for enter .. or push the enter key.

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 From the tool palette, click on the rotate button.

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Holding down on the left mouse button draw a square around the block (This select all the parts for rotating.) and rotate the fixture 180 deg..

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Now click on the Save back changes to reference.

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At this dialog box click OK ..... and the job is done.

 




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