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September 11, 2009


George Ali Blackburn

As an alternative, you can use the HydraCAD command 'Delete All on a Layer' to get the same end result.

Go to 'HydraTools|Layer Control|Delete All on a Layer' then follow the prompts. Or, type in DL at the command prompt.

James Litvak

I use Delete All on a Layer quite frequently. Its a fantastic command rather than isolating a layer, selecting everything isolated, and erasing it all.

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