Each object contains a series of properties that define it, from its geometric characteristics, such as its length or radius, to the position in the Cartesian plane of its key points, among others. Autocad offers three ways in which we can consult the properties of objects and even modify them. Although this is a topic that we will take up in more detail later.
There are four properties in particular that should be reviewed here as we have already studied how to create simple and compound objects. These properties are usually applied using the method of arranging the drawings by layers, which we will study in chapter 22, however, they can also be applied to individual objects, distinguishing them in particular. These properties are: color, line type, line thickness and transparency.
So, on the other hand, let's look at how to change the color, the type of line, the thickness and the transparency of the drawn objects.