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Hello and welcome back to another ADT 2007 Wall Cleanups lesson. And this should be a quick lesson here. We are talking about cleaning up walls between XREFs. So in the past it did work. It was a little bit buggy and if you copied and mirrored the plans around after you XREF, the near cleanups would just not work so they have done a great job on improving it and I will show you how it works.
So what I have done is I have got a couple of drawings. I am going to go open the map. I am going to file, I have two drawings called XREF 1 and XREF 2. So I am going to open up XREF 1 and notice this is a drawing that has three walls and as I said in the very first of this tutorial set we are going to under format style manager, architectural, wall cleanup group definitions, I am going to look at that one and I can right click and say new and make more and do whatever I want.
The main thing is to cleanup group definition is set to be allow wall cleanup between host and XREFs, okay. So as long as that is checked on and that is the cleanup definition and if I click on the wall and I check the cleanup group definition and it is standard that is the first step that has to take place and these are all going to be the same.
Now I am going to say okay fine, I can save that drawing and then I can use whatever means I want then I can go on my XREF 2 drawing. Same thing exactly click on here, right click if I want going to edit the—I want to go up into the style manager. Format style manager, architectural, wall clean up group definitions here it is here.
Now remember in your style manager you can right click and copy and anytime you want go and you know you can copy and paste styles from drawing to drawing like this and we can even go open and open up another drawing and opening it here is only opening it in the style manager. It is not opening it like opening it in AutoCAD.
So I can go back into here once I get one of these the way I want and say copy and then go to my other drawing anytime and say paste and then overwrite the existing etcetera. So you can start to get creative moving your styles around, the main thing is this thing is all checked off and it save in both drawings. And then in the drawing that I am in right now which is just the blank drawing I am even going to check here Style Manager and cleanup group definition here just to make sure same thing.
Now I type in XREF and we get our new XREF pallet which is nice. I go in here, I right click and I say attach a drawing. I can attach more than one at a time using my Control button. I can pick both of those and you can see their opposite sides and then my zero, zero is predetermined and brings them in and maybe do zoom extents and there is my XREF 2 and my XREF 1.
Now it is doing the cleanup in between here. I can go back and reload this by going in here right click Edit to maybe this is even my drawing. Maybe this is the unit plan. I am doing a key plan or something someone else is working on this drawing. The main thing is I can bring them in and they are going to cleanup now.
This is great for it for doing unit plans for you know hospitals or schools or condos or apartments, anything that we use unit plans in. Then I can take this and I can mirror that over if I want. I can rotate this if I want you know 45 degrees and then maybe I can mirrored again over to here okay move it up. It does not matter, my cleanup in the past versions of ADT your cleanup, I had only work on the first XREF in.
ADT 2007 finally now has made it so that both if you mirror, copy, rotate. If you copy this around this XREF in this drawing your cleanup are still going to work it is the bottom line there. Now we can just go back in here and you know reload or detach or deal with this as we please. So there is nothing more to this lesson and that make sure your cleanup group definitions are set and then XREF your drawings in and then just basically go on your day and they will do their cleanup just as if they were you know back in their own drawing.
So they still have you know the all priority rules and all t