There are three ways to copy an object.
Copy Using the Context Menu
- 1.Select the object by double-clicking it.
- 2.Right-click the object.
- 4.Right-click anywhere else in the scene and choose the Paste button.
Note: This also works with CTRL + C or V. Use Paste In Place (CTRL+Shift+V) to paste an object exactly where it was copied from.
Copy Using the CTRL Key
- 1.Select the object by clicking it (double-click to select a whole body or everything attached).
- 2.Press and hold the CTRL key and start dragging the object, or start moving the object and then tap CTRL
- 3.Instead of moving the object, you'll now be moving a copy of it.
- 4.Note that Ctrl-copy does not currently work when Touch Mode is enabled.
- 1.In Touch Mode, you'll need to use the copy/paste tools in the Context Menu (press and hold) or use Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V, then place the object down, and reposition it as needed.
Copy Using the Array Tool
- 1.Select the object by double-clicking it
- 3.Select the number of copies you want to make
- 4.Choose whether the next drag will define the distance between two objects or the total length of the array.
- 5.Click OK .