You can display and change the current properties for any object in your drawing.
You can display and change the current properties for any object in your drawing in the following ways:
The Properties palette lists the current settings for properties of the selected object or set of objects. You can modify any property that can be changed by specifying a new value.
DBLCLKEDIT system variable is on (the default). The exceptions include blocks and attributes, hatches, gradient fills, text, multilines, and xrefs. If you double-click any of these objects, an object-specific dialog box displays instead of the Properties palette.You can double-click most objects to open the Properties palette when the
Using the command, you can change specified properties to ByLayer for selected objects. Objects that have a ByBlock setting can also be changed to ByLayer. When an objectâ€™s properties are not set to ByLayer, those objects do not display the layer property overrides that were set by viewport.
From the , you can specify which object property settings are changed to ByLayer.
The system variable stores the propety settings that are to be changed when the SETBYLAYER command is used.