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Region command in autocad

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Yusuf

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 Region command in autocad
12-03-2014 10:55 . am | View his/her posts only
You can use the Region command to create the domain in the autocad.
1. Command format
Command line: Region (REG)
Menu:[Draw]>[Domain(N)]
Toolbar:[Draw]>[Domain]
2. Steps
Command: Region. Execute the Region command.
Specify object.
Specify the object which you are going to create a domain for.
Select the object in the collection: X.
Prompt that you had chosen X objects.
Specify object.
Enter to end the selection or continue to specify the object.
Create X domains.
Prompt that you had created X domains.
3. notes
1) The domain is usually displayed as a frame.
2) The intersected objects or the objects whose endpoints are not connected with each other can not change into domains.
3) The user can draw the domain into the three-dimension object by stretching, rotating etc.

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