2.Draw Commands - DrawCommands Creating TEXT The TEXT...

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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Draw Commands Creating TEXT The TEXT command lets you write several lines of text on the drawing. After invoking this command you have to specify the start point for the text. Then you need to specify the height of the text and also the rotation angle. The characters appear on the screen as you enter them. When you press ENTER after typing a line, the cursor automatically places itself at the start of the next line and repeats the prompt for entering another line. You can end the command by pressing the ENTER key. Invoking the TEXT command from the Draw menu Invoking the TEXT command from the Draw toolbar
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Drawing Aids Object Snaps Object snaps can also be invoked from the shortcut menu, which can be accessed by holding down the Shift key on the keyboard and then pressing the Enter button (right-click) on your pointing device. The term OBJECT SNAP refers to the cursor’s ability to snap exactly to a geometric point on an object. The advantage of using object snaps is that you do not have to specify an exact point. Selecting Object snap modes from the shortcut menu Object Snap toolbar
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Drawing Aids The following are the object snap modes available in AutoCAD LT. Endpoint Midpoint Nearest Center Tangent Quadrant Intersection Apparent Intersection Perpendicular Node Insert None From
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Editing Commands Editing Commands CHAMFER TRIM EXTEND STRETCH LENGTHEN ARRAY MIRROR BREAK MEASURE DIVIDE MOVE COPY COPYBASE PASTEBLOCK PASTEORIG OFFSET ROTATE SCALE FILLET
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Editing Commands MOVE Command Invoking the MOVE Command from the Modify Toolbar Moving the objects to a new location This command allows you to move one or more objects from their current location to a new location specified by you.
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Editing Commands COPY Command Making multiple copies Using the COPY command The COPY command is used to make copies of the selected objects and place them at specified locations, but the originals are left intact.It has two options: Single option : This option is used to make single copy of the same object. Multiple option : This option is used to make multiple copies of the same object.
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Editing Commands Class Exercise 1 In this exercise you will draw the object as shown in the following figure. Use the Copy command for creating the drawing.
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Summer 2007 Editing Commands Creating a mirror image of an object using the MIRROR command Retaining and deleting old objects after mirroring The MIRROR command creates a mirror copy of the selected objects. The objects can be mirrored at any angle. This command is helpful in drawing symmetrical figures. MIRROR Command
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2009 for the course CIVIL ENGI 180:216 taught by Professor - during the Summer '07 term at Rutgers.

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2.Draw Commands - DrawCommands Creating TEXT The TEXT...

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