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To specify a user-defined hatch pattern

  1. Do one of the following:
    • Choose Insert > Hatch.
    • On the Draw 2D toolbar, click the Boundary Hatch tool ().
    • Type bhatch and then press Enter.
  2. From the Boundary Hatch dialog box, click the Pattern Properties tab.
  3. In the Pattern Type list, click User Defined.
  4. For Spacing, enter the line spacing for the pattern.
  5. To crosshatch the pattern, select the Cross-Hatched check box.
  6. You can choose to crosshatch the pattern. Cross-hatching imposes a copy of the specified user-defined pattern at a 90-degree angle over the first pattern you defined.
  7. To copy the pattern properties from an existing hatch, choose Copy Hatch Properties, and select a hatch pattern from a hatched entity in the drawing.
  8. To associate the hatch pattern to its boundary entities, under Hatch Attributes, select the Associative check box. An associative hatch updates automatically if you move any of its boundaries.
  9. To continue, add a hatch by doing one of the following:

Draw a boundary polyline

Select entities for hatching

Select an area for hatching

Specify a predefined hatch pattern

Use a predefined library pattern

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