How to select object under other object in AutoCAD

By | May 23, 2014

I have two or many objects overlap together. How to select object under other object in AutoCAD ?

Think man - how to select under object the fast ?

Don’t worry about that! I will introduce two ways to resolve these matters.

  1. You can use DRAWORDER command (DR) in the AutoCAD

Type DR > enter > select above object > enter and then show four options, you can choose under object or back option. If you select under object option, you will choose all > enter. Continues going until object requirement order above. If you select back option, you will type B > enter and continuous going until it order above.

  1. Press and hold on Ctrl + space on the keyboard, and click on them until you choose object requirement > enter.

You can practice the following video tutorial:

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  1. Nwafor

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