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Summary

In this chapter, you learned about AutoCAD’s Partial Open and Partial Load features, and about the In-Place Reference Editing feature. You also learned about the differences between attaching and overlaying xrefs, and about the differences between binding and xbinding xrefs. You reviewed how to create clipping boundaries, and you learned how to increase productivity with Demand Loading and spatial and layer indexes. The way AutoCAD deals with circular xrefs was covered, as was the PROJECTNAME system variable, and the way it stores xref’s paths. You also learned about the Xref Manager, and how it is used to manage xrefs and nested xrefs.

AutoCAD’s xref capabilities are powerful. You can save regen time and increase your productivity by using these xref features to better manage xrefs.


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