Rotate tool

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When I use the rotate tool it makes a copy and rotates that leaving the original
part still drawn, so I end up with two parts drawn...one rotated and one in its
original position.
It looks very messy.
Is there a way to stop this?
Allan
2 REPLIES

Re: Rotate tool

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Allan, you can stop this by either: Using the Ctrl key to toggle copying on/off or
by pressing the copy icon in the rotation dialog box.
Ron

"Allan Waterfall" wrote:
>
>When I use the rotate tool it makes a copy and rotates that leaving the original
>part still drawn, so I end up with two parts drawn...one rotated and one in
>its
>original position.
>
>It looks very messy.
>
>Is there a way to stop this?
>
>Allan

Ronald W Latour

Re: Rotate tool

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Thanks,I'll try that in a minute.
Regards.

"Ronald W Latour" wrote:
>
>Allan, you can stop this by either: Using the Ctrl key to toggle copying on/off
>or
>by pressing the copy icon in the rotation dialog box.
>
>Ron
>
>
>"Allan Waterfall" wrote:
>>
>>When I use the rotate tool it makes a copy and rotates that leaving the original
>>part still drawn, so I end up with two parts drawn...one rotated and one

>in
>>its
>>original position.
>>
>>It looks very messy.
>>
>>Is there a way to stop this?
>>
>>Allan

>
>Ronald W Latour