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How do you freeze objects you make??

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I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "freeze", but it sounds like you're asking how to link prims as you build.  To do that, all you have to do is select each prim with your Build/Edit tool (hold down the Shift key to select multiple objects) and type CTRL + L.  You can only link fewer than 256 prims, and there are limits to how far apart they can be.  Also, it's often not wise or at least not practical to link an entire structure together.  In a house, for example, it may often be wiser to create the roof as one linkset, the second story as another, and the ground story as a third one.  If you do that, you can still pick up all of the linksets as a single coalesced object to store it or move it.

See https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Link and http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Building-tips/ta-p/700041#Section_.1 for more information.   Also, look for tools like Builder's Buddy and Rez-Faux that builders often use as packaging tools when they prepare a large structrue for sale.

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