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    Question glass hatch pattern

    Can anyone assist with a glass hatch pattern for Autocad 2007. I have grass and brass but no glass in my arsenal.

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    Smile Thanks

    Thanks for that, anything for a pretty picture!

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    Heh that's great I was looking for a glass hatch myself.
    I have downloaded the one you suggested Cad64
    My question is how do you get it into Autocad?
    Real simple instructions if you can.
    Thanks Dodge.

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    Default glass pattern hatch

    Autocad recognizes only one batch hatch pattern and that is acad.pat. In order for you to use custom hatches, you will need to import it. For this particular case, here's how to do it:

    1st step: search for acad.pat , open , scroll at the bottom, and place your cursor right below (or more) the very last line.

    2nd step: click CAD64 link.http://www.cadpanel.com/for_download...h_patterns.htm

    3rd step: choose a hatch pattern and click "download now". It will open the notepad containing the codes of the pattern you have chosen. Go to edit and click "Select all", then "copy".

    4th step: Go back to acad.pat and "paste". Then "save".

    Hope this help.

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    Default new hatch for autocad

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