Create copies of objects arranged in a pattern called an array.
There are three types of arrays:
Control Array Associativity
Associativity allows you to quickly propagate changes throughout an array by maintaining relationships between items. Arrays
can be associative or non-associative.
- Associative. Items are contained in a single array object, similar to a block. Edit the array object properties, such as the spacing or number of items. Override item properties or
replace an item’s source objects. Edit an item’s source objects to change all items that reference those source objects.
- Non-associative. Items in the array are created as independent objects. Changes to one item do not affect the other items.