Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Hide and Isolate to draw effectively, part of AutoCAD: Tips & Tricks.
- [Instructor] So here's another AutoCAD…tip and trick from Lynda.com.…And we're going to look at the hide and isolate commands…that are available to us in AutoCAD itself.…So we've got a nice new drawing for you.…You can see the name of that at the top of the screen.…And, as usual, you can download that…from your Lynda.com exercise files…to follow along with the video.…So, hide and isolate, how do they work?…Well, they're really, really useful…on a really busy drawing,…'cause they allow you to hide objects…that you don't want to see,…they allow you to isolate objects…that you want to work on.…
Now, you'll notice that we've got…a really, really simple drawing again.…I like to use simple drawings for these tips and tricks…so that you guys can see and understand the technique…that you can then apply to a really busy drawing.…So, let's look at the hide side of…this particular video first.…I want to hide objects that I don't want to see.…For example, in a busy construction drawing,…I might only want to see the columns, for example,…
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