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Performing Boolean operations on regions

Performing Boolean operations on regions: AutoCAD 2015 Essential Training
Performing Boolean operations on regions: AutoCAD 2015 Essential Training

In AutoCAD LT, objects can't become true two-dimensional objects until they have defined and closed regions. After the regions of the objects are defined, you can perform Boolean operations on the regions in AutoCAD 2015. Examples of Boolean commands are joining objects together at their common regions, or intersecting objects to show only their common regions. This video explains how to set regions, as well as how to use Boolean operations to manipulate objects with regions.

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Skill Level Beginner
8h 35m
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CAD 2D Drawing AutoCAD LT AutoCAD

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