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    Quote Originally Posted by CADguy209 View Post
    Another way to "deselect" is to just hold down the select key while in the commands selection mode and then select the parts you want to remove from the selection set.
    I think you mean
    Quote Originally Posted by CADguy209 View Post
    Another way to "deselect" is to just hold down the SHIFT key while in the commands selection mode and then select the parts you want to remove from the selection set.

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    Is there any discussions here about CAD 2009? thnx

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    YEs. The forums are not split into release so go into the main forum and find where you want to post. Just ensure that you state the question/comment is relating to 2009 as your profile says you are currently using 2008.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCE View Post
    On the right-click menu there is the option to Deselect All
    Thought so, and thread title is
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    Is there a deselect icon? or Esc icon?
    I noticed your first response had nothing to do with the original question as well. If everyone was to simply answer the original question, it would have only required a yes or no answer. Not to mention he asked about an icon, not a command, toolbar or toolbar button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLW210 View Post
    I noticed your first response had nothing to do with the original question as well. If everyone was to simply answer the original question, it would have only required a yes or no answer. Not to mention he asked about an icon, not a command, toolbar or toolbar button.
    Well, sorry fella, I always assumed shortcut menus always fell under the same category as icons as there is no need for keyboard interaction.
    I will stick to Yes/No in future then.

    EDIT: Also, my response had relation to the original question of Is there a deselect icon?
    How does UNDO fit into that?

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