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Inserting a block

You can insert into a drawing any block listed in the Block Name list in the progeCAD Explorer.

To insert a block

  1. Do one of the following:
    • Choose Settings > Explore Blocks.
    • On the Settings toolbar, click the Explore Blocks tool ().
    • Type expblocks and then press Enter.
  2. If you wish to insert a block from another open drawing, select the drawing in the Elements pane. (If the block is contained within the same drawing, you can skip this step.)
  3. In either the Details or Images view, select the block to be inserted.
  4. On the progeCAD Explorer toolbar, click the Insert tool ().
  5. In the drawing, specify the insertion point.
  6. Specify the x, y, and z scale factor and the rotation angle, or in the prompt box, select Done.
  7. To complete the command and return to your drawing, close the window.


TIP You also can insert a block by choosing Tools > progeCAD Explorer, and then double-clicking the name of the block you want to insert in the Block Name list.


Attaching a drawing as an external reference

Creating and naming blocks

Inserting a drawing as a block

Saving a block as a separate drawing

Inserting a block from the Insert menu

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