4.Editing Commands - EditingCommands Creating a Selection...

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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Editing Commands Creating a Selection Set Group BOX AUto Multiple Undo Single Last Previous WPolygon CPolygon Remove Add ALL Fence
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Draw Commands Drawing POINTS The point is the basic drawing object. Points are invaluable in building a drawing file. To draw a point anywhere on the screen, AutoCAD LT provides the POINT command. If you invoke the POINT command from the toolbar or the menu ( Multiple Point option), you can draw as many points as you desire in a single command. If you invoke this command by entering POINT at the Command prompt or use the Single Point option from the menu, you can draw only one point in a single point command. Invoking the POINT command from the Draw toolbar Invoking the POINT command from the Draw menu
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Draw Commands Changing the Point Type The point type can be set either from the Point Style dialog box. There are twenty combinations of point types. The Point Style dialog box can be accessed from the Format menu (Select Format > Point Style). You can choose a point style in this dialog box which is indicated by highlighting that particular point style. Now all the points will be drawn in the selected style until you change it to a new style. Point Style dialog box Choosing Point Style from the Format menu
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Draw Commands Class Exercise 7 Make the drawing as shown in the figure. The distance between the dotted lines is 1.0 unit. Create the radii using appropriate ARC command options.
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Introductory CADD Summer 2007 Editing Commands The DIVIDE command is used to divide an object into a specified number of equal length segments without actually breaking it. This command is similar to the MEASURE command except that here you do not have to specify the distance. The DIVIDE command calculates the full length of the object and places markers at equal intervals. This makes the last interval equal to the rest of the intervals. If you want a line to be divided, invoke this command and select the object to be divided. After this you enter the number of divisions or segments. DIVIDE Command
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Summer 2007 Editing Commands Invoking the MEASURE command from the Draw menu With this command you can segment an object at fixed distances without actually dividing it. The shape of these points is determined by the PDMODE system variable and the size is determined by the PDSIZE variable. The MEASURE command starts measuring the object from the endpoint closest to where the object is selected. MEASURE Command This command goes on placing markers at equal intervals of the specified distance without considering whether the last segment is the same distance or not. Instead of entering a value, you can also select two
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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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