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timo14
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Re-Selecting multiple objects

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01-22-2013 11:56 AM

Hi.

I'm pretty sure there is a command to do this, but i cant find it in help.  I need to re-select multiple objects.  Best way to explain would be an example...

 

I select a bunch of objects (a rectangle, a circle and a block), and move them 4' to the right.  After that is completed, i want to mirror the same objects about a column line.  Is there a command to re-select those same 3 objects without having to go through and pick each one individually. 

 

Sounds lazy, but in real life there are way more than 3 objects!

 

Thanks in advance,

Tim

 

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Re: Re-Selecting multiple objects

01-22-2013 02:43 PM in reply to: timo14
When prompted to select objects, type P for PREVIOUS.
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