Deselect Objects from Selection Set

If you selects objects and then realize that you selected an object or two on accident, removing those objects is really simple. Also, it may be quicker to make a selection set and remove objects from the selection set than it would be to select each object individually.

  • After making a selection set,
  • Hold the SHIFT button while you select the objects that are to be removed from the selection set.
  • Note: You can the common selection methods: Pick, Window, or Crossing Window

 

If this isn’t working for you, check the OPTIONS dialog box > Selection tab > and in the “Selection modes” area, make sure that the “Use Shift to add to selection” is unchecked (shown below).

SHIFT to Deselect

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8 Responses to Deselect Objects from Selection Set

  1. Pingback: Remove From Selection Set Within a Command | AutoCAD Tips

  2. kelly says:

    Why does this not work in 2013?

  3. Vanessa says:

    This doesn’t work in 2015! What’s the work around to make it happen?

  4. Bennet says:

    it didn’t work on auto CAD 2010, why?

  5. Omar says:

    Thanks for nice tip!

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