Restoring previous layer states


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Restoring previous layer states

Sometimes changing layer settings can make it easier to work on a drawing. If you are working with a busy drawing, it might be a good idea to turn off layers that arent necessary for your work. or maybe you could take the layers that you are working on, and make them a single color like white, such that the objects are easily identifiable on screen. Well, the nice thing is if we adjust our layer settings to simplify our drawing, we can always Layer Previous command to return our layers back to the original settings. Let's take a look. On my screen, I have got an architectural example.

Let's say, I would like to make some changes to this floor plan. I am going to start by coming over to the Layer Properties Manger. Now, mine happens to be anchored to the interface. if yours is not, you can always press this icon to bring the Layer Properties Manger up on screen. I am going to hover to open this up and I am going to start by selecting the layers that I want to work with. I am going t...

Restoring previous layer states
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Restoring previous layer states provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 Essential Training

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