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08 May 2009

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Hi Shaan

You did by using Hatch command which is one of the way and I feel like it's slightly long way that you have adopted.
You can do this by using Polyline edit i.e. "PE" command or just boundary command i.e. "BO" so you don't have to even worry about deleting hatch later.

Please let me know if this is useful

Tom
www.indovance.com

Thanks Tom.
Yes BO is another way to do it but as I mentioned with the hatch I can show the area in a Field and also use it in a table or calculation.

I bet there are still people out there copying and then manually creating their boundary instead of the Hatch or BO methods to save time.

That is one of the beautiful things with AutoCAD, there are so many ways to accomplish things.

Thank you for the comment.
Shaan

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