Brandon here back with another Autocad Tutorial video. Todays video is the first of a new format of videos I’m going to be making and sprinkling in with the longer tutorials I make. This is a 2 minute: Tip, Trick or Tutorial video and in them I’ll be covering a basic command, tip or trick that will help make you a better drafter in ~2 minutes. This way you can learn something new, and not have to spend a lot of time learning it.
So, In the first 2 min. video I explain how to easily make groups of objects in autocad and then how to ungroup these objects. A benefit of grouping objects is that it can help you keep similar objects together and makes it easy to select, move or copy them within your drawing.
Check out the video below and let me know what you think:
If you have any questions or trouble with making groups in autocad just leave a comment below and let me know how I can help out.
Cheers and happy drafting!
If you’d like to learn about how to join lines instead of grouping them check out the tutorial below:
Autocad Tutorial: How to Join Lines
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