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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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