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AutoCAD 2010 Instructor Chapter 31 Questions

True (T) or False (F)
1.

OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) allows you to link and embed
information (such as text or tables) from other dissimilar software (such as
Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel) into an AutoCAD drawing.

2.

OLE allows you to copy and paste drawing objects from one AutoCAD
drawing into another AutoCAD drawing as normal AutoCAD objects.

3.

When a document is linked, it can be changed only in the application it was
Pasted into—not by opening the source application and making the change, then
updating the Pasted version.

4.

Pasteclip allows you to embed objects but not link them.

5.

If you want to cut (erase) objects from one drawing for pasting into
another drawing or other document, use Cutclip.

6.

You do not have to use Copy or a similar OLE command before using
Insertobj.

7.

When you have Linked an object within an AutoCAD drawing, it can be
automatically or manually updated whenever changes are made to the original
(source) object.

8.

You can modify an OLE object by selecting the “border” around the object,
then using Move, Copy, Erase, Scale, or Array.

9.

Pasteorig is used to paste AutoCAD objects, complete with their original
properties, from one drawing into another drawing at the insertion point you
specify.

10.

Multiple options exist for editing OLE objects with typical AutoCAD
modify commands; however, you cannot use grips or use the Properties palette
with OLE objects.

You have a choice of linking or embedding non-AutoCAD objects from the clipboard when you use the ____ command. An OLE object can be resized by ____. Pastespec d. a. Pasteclip c. the Windows Clipboard c. If you use the ____ command. Copyclip c. the “Select Objects” buffer b.Multiple Choice (circle the correct letter) 1. Cutclip b. Olectl 2. Copypaste 6. the client application 3. Copylink d. a. Olelinks c. a. changing its Scale % properties in the Properties palette . Olecontrol d. Copyclip b. a. Copylink d. If you linked an OLE object in AutoCAD. use the ____ command. the object is temporarily held in ____. a. If you want to copy selected objects from the AutoCAD Drawing Editor for pasting into another document without deleting them from AutoCAD. AutoCAD copies the entire contents of the current display in the Drawing Editor to the Windows Clipboard. Oleupdate b. you can control if it is automatically or manually updated whenever changes are made to the source document using ____. Linkembed 4. a. the Block definition table d. Copyclip 5. When an object is copied (Copyclip or Cutclip) but not yet Pasted. Cutclip b. Copyall c.

a. embed the current Clipboard objects c. change the OLE object’s text size if the object contains text 10. the difference between using Copyclip and Copybase is ____. link the current Clipboard objects b. Hyperlink b. Hyperpaste 8. When copying an AutoCAD object into the same or other AutoCAD drawing. then use the ____ command in AutoCAD. whereas Copybase copies the objects to the original coordinates d. c. Right-clicking on an OLE object to produce the shortcut menu allows you to do all of the following except ____. paste OLE objects but only display the application’s icon 9. Copyclip allows you to paste objects anywhere in the drawing. reset the OLE object to the original scale c. first copy the information to the Clipboard. Pasteashyperlink d. Pastelink c. If you want to make a hyperlink to a document from another application such as Word. Pastespec (the Paste Special dialog box) allows you to do all of the following except ___. any of the options above 7. create a new OLE object from an application that you select d. a. Copyclip clips (deletes) the original objects and Copybase does not b. Copyclip uses the lower-left corner of the set of objects as the insertion base point. whereas Copybase creates an embedded object . using the Olescale command dragging the object’s grips d. Copyclip creates a linked object. convert the OLE object from linked to embedded and vice versa d. whereas Copybase prompts you to specify a base point c.b. a. open the OLE object’s source application to edit the object b. a.