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 To create an outline: To create an outline:
  
-  - Select the object for which you want to create an outline. +  - Select the objects for which you want to create an outline. If there is no selection set, then the current object is assumed to be the one on which the outline is created 
-  - On the **Create** menu, click **Create outline**. Alternately, you can press **Ctrl + Shift + F2**.+  - On the **Create** menu, click **Create outline** tab Alternately, you can press **Ctrl + Shift + F2**.
   - Type a name for the outline, and enter offset value.   - Type a name for the outline, and enter offset value.
-The outline created is automatically added to the current class.+ 
 +The outline created is automatically added to the current class. If there was a selection set, then EACH object in the selection set would get a new equivalent object with the offset value
  
 Note: If the offset value is: Note: If the offset value is:
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   * A decimal value, type 0 before the decimal point. For example 0.123.    * A decimal value, type 0 before the decimal point. For example 0.123. 
   * 0 (zero), an exact copy of the object is created.   * 0 (zero), an exact copy of the object is created.
-If you want to create the offset within the object, specify a negative value.+ 
 +//If you want to create the offset within the object, specify a negative value.//
  
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