Simply find your material in this browser and drag and drop it onto the object you want to add it to. You can alternatively pick the object(s) first, then right-click on the material you wish to add from the Materials Browser and choose Assign to Selection from the context menu.
Switch to the 3D modelling workspace in AutoCAD, then type RMAT on the command line and push enter. As seen in image 1, a materials browser palette will appear. On the bottom left of this palette, click the "creates a new material in the document" button and select New Generic Material from the drop-down menu.
Enter SOLIDEDIT on the command line, then pick Face from the command line's options, followed by mAterial from the next set of options. Select the faces now by clicking on one of them and pressing enter in AutoCAD.
Follow these steps when you're ready to modify a piece of content:
Open your Colors In Model collection in the Textures Palette tab (the brick icon).
Choose the substance you wish to work with.
Select Edit from the Color drop-down menu.
Choose your desired edits from the Edit Material panel that appears, as shown in the figure.
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