Right-click, then select CAD Drawing Object > Properties from the context menu.
To make a modification to a layer's settings, simply click it:
When you click on the word Yes, it switches to No.
When you click a colour, the Colors dialogue appears, allowing you to change it.
You can change the line weight by clicking on it.
Move, Copy, Rotate, and Mirror are just a few of the edit tools available in AutoCAD. The command names, as you can see, are simple to comprehend. The way these commands function, on the other hand, isn't always clear. The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate how to use all of the Modify commands.
Layer, colour, linetype, linetype scale, lineweight, transparency, and plot style are all general attributes of every object. Objects also have properties that are unique to their type. The radius and area of a circle, for example, are exceptional features.
Select Properties from the object's context menu. Press ALT + ENTER to select an object.
Choose the things you want to use. Select Properties from the shortcut menu by right-clicking in the drawing area. Click Linetype, then the down arrow in the Properties Inspector. Select the linetype you want to assign to the items from the drop-down list.