CCOLOR
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Architectural Production Software 2005

Keyboard shortcut: none
Toolbar button:
Compatible with AutoCAD Versions: Standard compatible versions

CHANGE COLOR

The Change Color command is used to change the color of objects in the drawing. It is meant to provide easy access to the most commonly used colors from your standard office color scheme. By sorting the colors by pen thicknesses it becomes easy to enforce color use and bring new CAD Jocks up to speed quickly.

User configurable options: 

  • Headings for each group
  • Shading percentages
  • Color selections

See CColor Cmd in the APS Configuration Utility.

Known limitations:

  • None reported. If there is something this command will not do that you think it should please let us know.

Alternate uses:

  • None reported. If you have an alternate use for this command submit it here.

 

SAMPLE CCOLOR COMMAND SYNTAX:

Command:
Command: CCOLOR

The following dialog appears (your color choices may vary):

The button brings you to this web page for help during the command (without canceling)

The button will take you directly to the CColor Cmd section of the APS Configuration Utility that allows you to change the colors, headings, and shading percentages.

Select the color to which you would like to change objects in the drawing.

 

Select objects:

Select the objects in the drawing that you would like to change. When selected, press <Space> or <Enter>.

--The objects in the drawing will be changed to the color selected--

 

Shortcut tip: If you have just performed another command on the objects that you want to change, you don't have to select the objects again. Once you've selected the color as shown above, press <Enter> or the <Space> bar without selecting anything and the last selection set will automatically be selected and changed to the color desired.

Note: if the objects you select are a part of a block/xref and the color of the objects within the block have not been set to color "Byblock" the colors will not change.

 

Solutions to common questions and problems with this command

 

Related Commands

1, 2, 3, ... 256  Series of commands that change one or more objects to the command name's color.

LTYPE  Command to change the linetype of selected objects.

LNWEIGHT  Command to change the lineweight of selected objects. (Release 2000 and later only)

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