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What do you press to switch isoplanes?



A. F3
B. F4
C. F5
D. F6

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Asked by Efemena, Last updated: Jun 25, 2020

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E. Stanley

E. Stanley, Technical writer, Indianapolis

Answered Oct 10, 2018

In drawing on the computer or 2D drawings in order to make 3D models, isometric drawing is needed. There are many commands that must be done in order to complete the representation of the drawing being created on the computer. One of these commands is called the isoplane command. This command includes the ortho directions, snap orientation, grid orientation and style, polar tracking angles and orientation of isometric circles.

There may be times when the isoplane needs to be switched in order to have another function to occur. In order to do this, press the F5 button to switch the isoplanes. Specifically, the F5 button will change the direction of the plane. On some computers, the user may need to press control and E.

 

Efemena

Efemena

Answered Oct 28, 2017

The answer is F5 which is used to change the direction of the plane

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 10, 2017

F4
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