Brandon here back with another new video, in this weeks two minute tuesday, I go over how to use the isolate and hide object commands in autocad. These commands can help you work smarter and faster when drafting in busy and cluttered drawings, as well as help you to be more accurate in your drafting.
The video shows you step by step how to hide, isolate and select objects using quick commands, as well as how to unhide and bring back all of your objects when you’re finished.
Check it out below and let me know what you think
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Cheers and happy drafting!
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