Autodesk Certified Professional in AutoCAD for Design and Drafting
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In the Layer Properties Manager, which column should you use to prevent a layer from being displayed in the active viewport only?
The column you should use in the Layer Properties Manager to prevent a layer from being displayed in the active viewport only is "VP Freeze". The VP Freeze column allows you to control the visibility of layers in specific viewports. When you freeze a layer in the VP Freeze column, it is only hidden in the active viewport and remains visible in other viewports. On the other hand, when you freeze a layer with the Freeze column, it becomes hidden in all viewports. Therefore, VP Freeze is the column you should use to hide a layer in a specific viewport only.
You place a red rectangular polyline over a PDF underlay in a drawing, and then use the rectangular polyline as a clipping boundary. The result is shown in the exhibit.
Select whether each statement is True or False.
False: You cannot create a new clipping boundary without removing the existing clipping boundary. If you want to change the clipping boundary, you have to select the PDF underlay, right-click and choose Remove Clipping Boundary first, and then use the Clip PDF command again with a different option12.
True: To access the Underlay Layers dialog box, you have to select a PDF underlay, right-click and choose PDF Layers2. In the Underlay Layers dialog box, you can click the light bulb icon for the layer name that you want to turn on or off2.
True: To use the Align command, you have to select a polyline, right-click and choose Align3. Then you have to specify two source points on the polyline and two destination points on the PDF underlay that correspond to each other3. You can also specify a third pair of points if needed3. Finally, you have to press Enter twice to confirm the alignment3. The statement "You can use the grips on the polyline to align to the edges and corners of the PDF underlay" is true. When you place a rectangular polyline over a PDF underlay and use it as a clipping boundary, the polyline's grips can be used to adjust its size and position so that it aligns with the edges and corners of the underlay.
By hovering the cursor over a grip, you can see its tooltip display the name of the grip and its function. If you then click and drag the grip, you can move it along its corresponding axis to resize the boundary. This allows you to adjust the clipping boundary to fit exactly over the content you want to display.
You have three multileaders as shown in exhibit 1. (Refer to the exhibit 1 tab.)
You need to change the display of the multileaders to match the multileaders in exhibit. (Refer to the exhibit 2 tab.)
Which command should you use?
The command that you should use is B. Collect Leader1. The collect leader option groups multiple leaders into one multileader object with a common landing line1. This option is useful when you want to create a single label or callout for multiple objects2.
To use this option, you need to select the MLEADER command and then select Collect Leader from the Options menu. Then you can select two or more existing multileaders that have similar properties and press Enter. The selected multileaders will be collected into one multileader object with a common landing line1.