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    How do i turn my 2d ucs icon so i am able to extrude my 2d images as 3d isometric view

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    workign on version 2005

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    but how do i turn my 2d ucs icon to a 3d usc icon.. isometric view

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtlndg View Post
    but how do i turn my 2d ucs icon to a 3d usc icon.. isometric view
    Change the view. View>3D Views select one of the ISO views
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    You talking about 3D modeling or isometric?

    The iso change is under SNAP/GRID
    It can also be accomplished by changing your polar to 30 degrees

    Changing the 3D... it sounds more like your changing drawing planes, either to draw in the Z axis or simply be able to SEE your extrusions
    In 2002 the toolbar is called "View"
    I do remember 2007 version called it something else, I dont remember what thou
    Last edited by Pocket; 25th Sep 2007 at 10:33 pm.

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