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To change the thickness and elevation of an existing entity

  1. Do one of the following:
    • Choose Modify > Properties.
    • On the Modify toolbar, click the Properties tool ().
    • Type entprop and then press Enter.
  2. Select the entity, and then press Enter.
  3. progeCAD displays the Entity Properties dialog box. The exact appearance of the dialog box depends on the type of entity you select.
  4. To change the thickness, in the Thickness box, type a new thickness value or click the arrows to select the new thickness.
  5. To change the elevation, in the Z coordinate box, type a new elevation value or click the arrows to select the new elevation.
  6. Click OK.

Creating three-dimensional entities

Editing in three dimensions

Setting the current elevation

Setting the current elevation and thickness using a dialog box

Setting the current thickness

Create a three-dimensional face

Set the current elevation

Set the current elevation and thickness using a dialog box

Set the current thickness

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