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Drag the Iterate dialog box out of the way if it’s hiding the destination images you want to click.
Use the top part of the dialog box to specify the mapping used at each step to create the next iteration image. Fill in each box of the right-hand column by clicking in the sketch on the object to which each pre-image object should be mapped.
Increase or Decrease Iterations: Increase or decrease the number of times your rule is iterated. You can also use the + or – keys, without opening the Display pop-up menu, to increase or decrease the number of iterations.
When you’re creating an iteration using parametric depth, you cannot change the number of iterations by hand.
Display the Full Orbit or Final Iteration Only: Display all iterations, or only the final iteration. When you display all iterations, the set of all images of an iterated object is sometimes called the orbit of that object.
It’s often convenient to display all iterations when you’re iterating using a single map, and to display only the final iteration when you’re iterating using multiple iteration maps.
Add/Remove Map: Add a new iteration map or remove the current map.
Create Images: Create images of all objects that depend on the selections or create images of only the nonpoint objects.
Tabulate Values: Determine whether to create a table of all iterated measurements.
Once you’ve specified the destination for each selected pre-image, click Iterate to finalize the iteration.