Copy

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The Copy command makes duplicates of the selected objects.

Steps

  1. Select the objects.
    If the selected objects are in a group, a new group is created from the copied objects. The copied objects are not added to the original group.
  2. Pick a point to copy from.
  3. Pick a point to copy to for each copy.
  4. Press Enter to end the command.
Command-line options

Vertical

Duplicates the object vertical to the current construction plane.

InPlace

Duplicates the object into the same location as the original.

FromLastPoint

Yes

Uses the point the last object was copied to as the base point.

No

Uses the first base point as location to copy from.

UseLastDistance

Yes

Places the next copy at the same distance from the base point as the last copy.

No

Allows a new distance for the next copy.

UseLastDirection

Yes

Places the next copy at the same angle from the base point as the last copy.

No

Allows a new direction for the next copy.

SubCrv

Type subcrv to select part of a curve as input.

Copy with the Alt key

  1. Select the objects.
  2. Click and start dragging the objects.
  3. Stop moving the mouse in the location where you want the copy.
  4. Tap Alt to make a copy.
  5. Click the location for the copy.

See also

Gumball

Display the gumball widget on a selected object facilitating move, scale, and rotate transformations around the gumball origin.

Copy and duplicate objects

Transform objects

 

 

 

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