Sets options for transforming data.
Select
Selects objects to transform.
Transform
Specifies the transform operation.

Scale  Changes the scale of the selected objects.

Scale Type  Specifies the type of scaling, Uniform or NonUniform.

Scale Factor  For uniform scaling, specifies the scale factor value.

X Scale Factor, Y Scale Factor, Z Scale Factor  For nonuniform scaling, specifies the scale factor value along each axis.


Translate  Moves the selected objects. You define a "from" point and "to" point.

From X, From Y, From Z  Specifies coordinates of the "from" point.

Pick Vertex Position  Allows you to choose a point in the graphic view to set the "from" coordinate value.

To X, To Y, To Z  Specifies coordinates of the "to" point.

Pick Vertex Position  Allows you to choose a point in the graphic view to set the "to" coordinate value.


Rotate  Turns the selected objects by a variable amount about a global axis in either a clockwise or counterclockwise direction. The origin of the rotation is always the global origin.

Rotation Angle  Defines the angle of rotation. The rotation angle is limited to a positive real number between 0 and 90 degrees.

Axis  Defines the axis of rotation, which can be the global X, Y, or Zaxis.

Rotation Direction  Defines the rotation direction, which is either CW (clockwise) or CCW (counterclockwise) about the selected axis using the righthand rule.


Mirror  Mirrors the selected objects about a plane and optionally, a point.

Plane Normal  Specifies the global axis about which the objects mirror.

Coordinate  Defines the location along the plane normal axis to serve as the position to mirror about.

Pick Vertex Position  Allows you to choose an object in the graphic view to set the coordinate value on the mirror plane.

Copy and mirror  Controls whether the selected geometry is mirrored or whether a copy of the geometry is mirrored.

Apply
Applies the operation to the selected objects.
Undo
Reverses the operation by replacing the results with the data before the operation was applied. You can modify a setting, reapply, undo, and repeat until you are satisfied with the results.