AUTOCAD COMMANDS

Name of Company “AUTODESK” who has produced the software.

AUTO – CAD
Computer Aided Design

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AUTOCAD COMMANDS

Standard Sizes For Drawing Sheets

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841 594 420 297

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33.1 23.4 16.5 11.7

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AUTOCAD COMMANDS

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Function Keys F1 F2 F3 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10
It displays AutoCad Help Menu. It displays AutoCad Text Window which shows the history of command used. It ON’s or OFF’s the Object Snap Settings. It changes the cursor position when it is in Isometric Snap. It ON’s or OFF’s the Co-ordinate Settings. It ON’s or OFF’s the Grid Display. It ON’s or OFF’s the Ortho Mode. It ON’s or OFF’s the Snap Mode. It ON’s or OFF’s the Polar Tracking Mode.

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Object Snap Modes OR Osnap Modes ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 4 .AUTOCAD COMMANDS F11 It ON’s or OFF’s the Object Snap Tracking Mode.

AUTOCAD COMMANDS E n d p o in t ( E N D ) M id p o in t ( M I D ) C e n te r (C E N ) N o d e (N O D ) Q u a d ra n t (Q U A ) In te r s e c tio n ( IN T ) In s e r tio n ( IN S ) P e r p e n d ic u la r ( P E R ) T a n g e n t (T A N ) N e a re s t (N E A ) 1. Command: MVSETUP ↵ ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 5 .

Command: LTS ↵ (LTSCALE) Enter new linetype scale factor <1.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Enable paper space? [No/Yes] <Y>: N ↵ Enter units type [Scientific/Decimal/Engineering/Architectural/Metric]: M ↵ Metric Scales ================= (5000) 1:5000 (2000) 1:2000 (1000) 1:1000 (500) 1:500 (200) 1:200 (100) 1:100 (75) 1:75 (50) 1:50 (20) 1:20 (10) 1:10 (5) 1:5 (1) FULL Enter the scale factor: 1 ↵ Enter the paper width: 297 ↵ Enter the paper height: 210 ↵ 2. 3. Command: L ↵ ( LINE) ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse  Page 6 . 4.0000>: 1 ↵ Note : Always keep Dimscale equal to the scale factor. Command: DIMSCALE ↵ Enter new value for DIMSCALE <1.0000>: 8 ↵ Note : Always keep LTScale 8 times (1 X 8) the scale factor.

...AUTOCAD COMMANDS Specify first point: (pick point with help of mouse) Specify next point or [Undo]: 100 ↵ (type the value keeping the cursor at 0 degree with ortho mode on) Specify next point or [Undo]: 75 ↵ (type the value keeping the cursor at 90 degree with ortho mode on) Specify next point or [Close/Undo]:100 ↵ (type the value keeping the cursor at 180 degree with ortho mode on) Specify next point or [Close/Undo]: C ↵ (type C to end the command) 5. Command: TR ↵ (TRIM) Select cutting edges .. Command: O ↵ (OFFSET) Specify offset distance or [Through] <Through>: 40 ↵ Select object to offset or <exit>: (pick box will be seen pick with help of mouse) Specify point on side to offset: ↵(pick point showing the side where you want the line to be offset with help of mouse) 6. Command: EX ↵ ( EXTEND) Select boundary edges . Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick with help of mouse) Select objects: 1 found ↵ (after selecting the required cutting edges press Enter key) Select object to trim or shift-select to extend or [Project/Edge/Undo]: (pick box will be seen pick with help of mouse the lines which are to be trimmed) Select object to trim or shift-select to extend or [Project/Edge/Undo]: ↵ 7. Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick with help of mouse) Select objects: 1 found ↵ (after selecting the required boundary edges press Enter key) Select object to extend or shift-select to trim or [Project/Edge/Undo]: (pick box will be seen pick with help of mouse the line which is to be extended) Select object to extend or shift-select to trim or [Project/Edge/Undo]: ↵ (if line extension is completed press Enter Key) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 7 .

} Specify second point of displacement or <use first point as displacement>: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint. Command: M ↵ (MOVE) Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be MOVED with the help of mouse) Select objects: 1 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS press Enter key) Specify base point or displacement: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint. Command: E ↵ (ERASE) Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick with help of mouse) Select objects: 1 found ↵ (after selecting the required Objects press Enter key) 10. center.} Note : If same Object is required to be copied more than once USE MULTIPLE OPTION. Command: C ↵ (CIRCLE) Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr (tan tan radius)]: (pick point with help of mouse) Specify radius of circle or [Diameter]: 25 ↵ (type the radius of the circle & press Enter Key circle will appear) OR Specify radius of circle or [Diameter] : D ↵ (if Diameter is needed type D to go to Diameter Option & press Enter Key) Specify diameter of circle : 50 ↵ (type the diameter of the circle & press Enter Key circle will appear) 9. Command: CO ↵ (COPY) Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be COPIED with the help of mouse) Select objects: 1 found ↵ (after selecting the required Objects press Enter key) Specify base point or displacement. center. center. intersection etc. 11. intersection etc.AUTOCAD COMMANDS 8.} Specify second point of displacement or <use first point as displacement>: (pick point with help of mouse){example: endpoint. midpoint. or [Multiple]: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint. midpoint. midpoint. center. intersection etc. intersection etc. midpoint.} ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 8 .

Radius = 0. Command: F ↵ (FILLET) (To draw Curves at corner of two lines) Current settings: Mode = TRIM.1.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Radius Option (Refer Fig.2) Command: F ↵ (FILLET) (To draw Curves at corner of two lines) Current settings: Mode = TRIM. Radius = 0.1) 12.0000 (At intial stage Radius value is 0) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: R ↵ (First select the Radius Option & press Enter Key) Specify fillet radius <0.1.0000>: 10 ↵ (type the radius value you want & press Enter Key) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick FIRST OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select second object: (pick box will be seen pick SECOND OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) se f s b t e ti t jc l cr o e se s o o c e t en b t lc cd j e Before Fillet After Fillet in Mode : No Trim Figure 1. No. No.1 After Fillet in Mode : Trim Polyline Option (Refer Fig.0000 (At initial stage Radius value is 0) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: R ↵ (to draw curves select Radius Option & press Enter Key) Specify fillet radius <0.0000>: 20 ↵ (type the radius value you want & press Enter Key) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: P ↵ (Now select the Polyline Option & press Enter Key) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 9 .

0000 (At intial stage Radius value is 0) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: R ↵ (First select the Radius Option & press Enter Key) Specify fillet radius <0.1. No.3) After Fillet in Mode : Trim (With this Option you can draw multiple curves) Command: F ↵ (FILLET) (To draw Curves at corner of two lines) Current settings: Mode = TRIM.0000>: 20 ↵ (type the radius value you want & press Enter Key) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: U ↵ (Now select the mUltiple Option & press Enter Key) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick FIRST OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select second object: (pick box will be seen pick SECOND OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick FIRST OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select second object: (pick box will be seen pick SECOND OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick FIRST OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select second object: (pick box will be seen pick SECOND OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick FIRST OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 10 .AUTOCAD COMMANDS Select 2D polyline: (pick box will be seen pick 2D POLYLINE with the help of mouse and the curve will be drawn) se 2 p ln e t Dl ie lc o y Before Fillet After Fillet in Mode : No Trim Figure 1. Radius = 0.2 Multiple Option (Refer Fig.

0000>: 10 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Specify second chamfer distance <10.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Select second object: (pick box will be seen pick SECOND OBJECT LINE with the help of mouse) Select first object or [Polyline/Radius/Trim/mUltiple]: ↵ (if required curves are drawn press Enter Key to end the command) s cs b t et t jc l 1o e e se2 o c e t n bt lc d j e se2 o c etnbt lc d j e s cs b t e t t jc l 1o e e se1o c e t sb t lc t j e se2 o c et n bt lc d j e se2 o c et n bt lc d j e se1o c e t sb t lc t j e Before Fillet After Fillet in Mode : No Trim Figure 1.0000>: 10 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick First Object Line with the help of mouse) Select second line: (pick box will be seen pick Second Object Line with the help of mouse) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 11 .2.3 After Fillet in Mode : Trim Distance Option (Refer Fig.0000.1) 13. Dist2 = 0. Command: CHA ↵ (CHAMFER) (To draw Chamfer at corner of two lines) (TRIM mode) Current chamfer Dist1 = 0.0000 Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: D ↵ (to draw chamfer select Distance Option & press Enter Key) Specify first chamfer distance <0. No.

2. Dist2 = 0. No.0000>: 10 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Specify second chamfer distance <10.2)  Please Note : First select the Distance Option to draw a Chamfer Command: CHA ↵ (CHAMFER) (To draw Chamfer at corner of two lines) (TRIM mode) Current chamfer Dist1 = 0.0000>: 10 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: P ↵ ( select Polyline Option & press Enter Key) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 12 .0000.1 After Chamfer in Mode : Trim Polyline Option (Refer Fig.AUTOCAD COMMANDS se1o c e t sb t lc t j e se2 o c et n bt lc d j e Before Chamfer After Chamfer in Mode : No Trim Figure 2.0000 Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: D ↵ ( select Distance Option & press Enter Key) Specify first chamfer distance <0.

0000 Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: A ↵ ( select Angle Option & press Enter Key) Specify chamfer length on the first line <0.0000>: 20 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Specify chamfer angle from the first line <0>: 30 ↵ (type the chamfer angle you want & press Enter Key) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick First Object Line with the help of mouse) Select second line: (pick box will be seen pick Second Object Line with the help of mouse and the chamfer will de drawn) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 13 .3) Command: CHA ↵ (CHAMFER) (To draw Chamfer at corner of two lines) (NOTRIM mode) Current chamfer Dist1 = 0.2. Dist2 = 0.2 After Chamfer in Mode : Trim Angle Option (Refer Fig.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Select 2D polyline: (pick box will be seen pick 2D Polyline with the help of mouse and chamfer will be drawn) s c Dl l e et p i l 2 on e y Before Chamfer After Chamfer in Mode : No Trim Figure 2. No.0000.

Method Option is whether you want to draw chamfer in DISTANCE or ANGLE method. ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse Page 14 . 2.AUTOCAD COMMANDS sl c1 oe e t s bc e t j t sl c2 oe e t n bc e d j t Before Chamfer After Chamfer in Mode : No Trim Figure 2.3 After Chamfer in Mode : Trim  Please Note : 1. Trim Option is whether you want to draw chamfer in TRIM or NO TRIM mode.

0000>: 10 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Specify second chamfer distance <10.4 After Chamfer in Mode : Trim Multiple Option (Refer Fig. No.0000 Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: D ↵ ( select Distance Option & press Enter Key) Specify first chamfer distance <0.0000.4) Command: CHA ↵ (CHAMFER) (To draw Chamfer at corner of two lines) (TRIM mode) Current chamfer Dist1 = 0. Dist2 = 0.0000>: 10 ↵ (type the chamfer distance you want & press Enter Key) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: U ↵ (Now select the mUltiple Option & press Enter Key) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick First Object Line with the help of mouse) Select second line: (pick box will be seen pick Second Object Line with the help of mouse) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick First Object Line with the help of mouse) Select second line: (pick box will be seen pick Second Object Line with the help of mouse) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick First Object Line with the help of mouse) Select second line: (pick box will be seen pick Second Object Line with the help of mouse) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 15 .2.AUTOCAD COMMANDS se 1 oe ec s bc l t t j t sl c noe e t2 bc e d j t sl c noe e t2 bc e d j t sl c s bc e t1 oe e t j t se 1 oe ec s bc l t t j t se 2 oe ec n bc l t d j t se 2 oe ec n bc l t d j t se 1 oe ec s bc l t t j t Before Chamfer After Chamfer in Mode : No Trim Figure 2.

midpoint.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: (pick box will be seen pick First Object Line with the help of mouse) Select second line: (pick box will be seen pick Second Object Line with the help of mouse) Select first line or [Polyline/Distance/Angle/Trim/Method/mUltiple]: ↵ (if required chamfers are drawn press Enter Key to end the command) 14.} Specify rotation angle or [Reference]: 45 ↵ (type required angle and press Enter Key OR drag the mouse cursor for suitable rotation angle you want and pick point with help of mouse) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 16 . Command: MI ↵ (MIRROR) (To copy objects on the Opposite Side) Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be MIRRORED with the help of mouse) Select objects: 1 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS press Enter Key) Specify first point of mirror line: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : midpoint OR centerline OR center intersection of object} Specify second point of mirror line: (Drag the cursor outside the object and observe if the required OBJECTS are correctly being copied on the opposite side. center. intersection etc. Command: RO ↵ (ROTATE) (to turn objects to different Degrees) Current positive angle in UCS: ANGDIR=counterclockwise ANGBASE=0 Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be ROTATED with the help of mouse) Select objects: 4 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS press Enter key) Specify base point: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint. and if is correct pick point with help of mouse) Delete source objects? [Yes/No] <N>: (type Y if previous objects are not required OR type N if previous objects are required and than press Enter Key) 15.

midpoint. intersection etc. No. 3.1 Scale Factor Option (Refer Fig. center.AUTOCAD COMMANDS 1 05° 90° 75 ° 120° 13 5° 150 ° 16 5° 180° 60 ° 45° 30° 15 ° 0° 19 5° 210 ° 22 5° 34 5° 330° 315 ° 3 00° 2 40° 255° 2 70°2 85°  Please Note : Refer Fig. No. 3times or half scale} and press Enter Key) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 17 .} Specify scale factor or [Reference]: 2 ↵ (type required scale factor you want {example : 2times.2) 16.3. Command: SC ↵ (SCALE) (to reduce or enlarge the size of object) Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be SCALED with the help of mouse) Select objects: 8 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS press Enter key) Specify base point: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint.1 showing the Rotation Angle Circle Figure 3.

intersection etc.2 Object Scaled to 2 times the Normal Size Reference Option (Refer Fig.} Specify scale factor or [Reference]: R ↵ (type R for reference option and press Enter Key) Specify reference length <1>: 52 ↵ (type here the length / height / diameter / radius of object at present and press Enter Key) Specify new length: 200 ↵ (type here the length / height / diameter / radius of object you want and press Enter Key) 52 200 Object in Normal Size Object Scaled to the Required Length ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse Page 18 . center.3. No.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Object Scaled to Half or 0.5 times the Normal Size Object in Normal Size Figure 3.3) Command: SC ↵ (SCALE) (to reduce or enlarge the size of object) Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be SCALED with the help of mouse) Select objects: 8 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS press Enter key) Specify base point: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint. midpoint.

1) Example : If present length of object is 53 mm and if the required length has to be 100mm. Command: S ↵ (STRETCH) (You can change the size of Object by making them Longer OR Shorter in one direction) Select objects to stretch by crossing-window or crossing-polygon.4. No. midpoint.AUTOCAD COMMANDS (Reference length) Figure 3. Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be STRETCHED by crossing-window with the help of mouse) Select objects: 10 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS by crossing-window press Enter Key) Specify base point or displacement: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint..3 (New Length) 17.} Specify second point of displacement or <use first point as displacement>: 47 ↵ (type here the new required length to which the object has to be stretched keeping the mouse cursor in the stretching direction with ORTHO MODE ON and press Enter Key) (Refer Fig.. Previous Length = 53 mm Object Selection Reqiured Length = 100 mm (53 + 47 = 100) After Stretch Before Stretch Base Point Selection ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 19 . intersection etc.

No. intersection etc.4.} Specify second point of displacement or <use first point as displacement>: (pick point approximately and drag with help of mouse the object to be stretched keeping the mouse cursor in the stretching direction with ORTHO MODE ON) (Refer Fig.2) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 20 .. midpoint. Select objects: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECTS to be STRETCHED by crossing-window with the help of mouse) Select objects: 10 found ↵ (after selecting the required OBJECTS by crossing-window press Enter Key) Specify base point or displacement: (pick point with help of mouse) {example : endpoint.1 Stretching the Object Approximately OR Without Required Length Command: S ↵ (STRETCH) (You can change the size of Object by making them Longer OR Shorter in one direction) Select objects to stretch by crossing-window or crossing-polygon.AUTOCAD COMMANDS 1 f scr e p k o t ir t o r i pin n c m i d pin ot ed n pin ot 5 3 5 3 10 0 2 opse o e p k o t poi c r r i pi t n c n Figure 4..

5.1) Select object: (pick box will be seen pick first point of OBJECT to be BREAKED with the help of mouse) Specify second break point or [First point]: (pick second point of OBJECT to be BREAKED with the help of mouse) Before Break s 1jt es c ltt e eo c b s 2j t ene lt d e o c b c After Break Figure 5.2 18.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Figure 4.1 First Point Option ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 21 . Command: BR ↵ (BREAK) (It breaks the selected object between two points) (Refer Fig. No.

2) Select object: (pick box will be seen pick OBJECT to be BREAKED with the help of mouse) Specify second break point or [First point]: F ↵ (type F for First Point Option and press Enter Key) Specify first break point: (pick first break point of OBJECT to be BREAKED with the help of mouse) Specify second break point: (pick second break point of OBJECT to be BREAKED with the help of mouse) 1 tb a s re k p in o t 2 db a n re k p in o t Before Break Figure 5. No.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Command: BR ↵ (BREAK) (It breaks the selected object between two points) (Refer Fig.2 After Break ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 22 .5.

if the row offset is negative.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Rectangular Array 19. If the column offset is negative. column are added to the left. OK Cancel Preview < Help Click this button to check ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse Page 23 . Click here for Polar Array Array Click here for Rectangular Array Rectangular Array Polar Array Select objects 0 objects selected Rows : Offset distance and direction Preview Row offset : Column offset : Angle of array : Columns : ? x Click this button to select the object to be arrayed Screen  Tip By default. rows are added downward. Command: AR ↵ (ARRAY) (Creates multiple copies of objects in a pattern) Please Note : After giving the command the following Dialog Box appears.

AUTOCAD COMMANDS  Please Note : After clicking the PREVIEW button following Dialog Box appears. A ry r a Cti b nh l ks t ite i hu f c t o ocra eo t b a ry ce j t e a rc e r dr l y Cti b n h e l ks t icn i hu f a s c t o g a er rr u e id q e At c c e p M o d i f y Cl a n c e x Cti b nc e l ks t t a l i h u on c t o c tem ho a cm n d ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 24 .

↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 25 .AUTOCAD COMMANDS Polar Array Command: AR ↵ (ARRAY) (Creates multiple copies of selected objects around a center point) Please Note : After giving the command the following Dialog Box appears.

O K ro w s a re a d d e d d o w n w a rd . If th e c o lu m n o f f s e t is n e g a tiv e . ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse Page 26 . P r e v ie w < H e lp  Please Note : After selecting the POLAR OPTION following Dialog Box appears.AUTOCAD COMMANDS S e le c t P o la r A r r a y O p t io n A rra y R e c t a n g u la r A r r a P o la r A r r a y y ? x S e le c t o b je c t s 0 o b je c t s s e le c t e d R ows : C o lu m n s : P r e v ie wS c r e e n O f f s e t d is t a n c e a n d d ir e c t io n R o w o ffs e t : C o lu m n o f f s e t : A n g le o f a r r a y :  B y d e f a u lt . if t h e r o w o f f s e t is n e g a t iv e . c o lu m n a r e C a n c e l T ip a d d e d t o t h e le f t .

OK Cancel Preview < Click this button to check  Rotate items as copied. ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 27 .AUTOCAD COMMANDS Click this button to specify the CENTER POINT around which items are to be arrayed. More   Help  Please Note : After clicking the PREVIEW button following Dialog Box appears. a positive value specifies counterclockwise rotation. A negative value specifies clockwise rotation. Array Rectangular Array Polar Array Select objects 0 objects selected Center point X: Y: ? x Click this button to select the object to be arrayed Methods and values Method : Total number of items & Angle to fill Total number of items : Angle to fill : Angle between items : Preview Screen  Tip For angle to fill.

AUTOCAD COMMANDS A ry r a Cti b nh l ks t ite i hu f c t o ocra eo t b a ry ce j t e a rc e r dr l y Cti b n h e l ks t icn i hu f a s c t o g a er rr u e id q e At c c e p M o d i f y Cl a n c e x Cti b nc e l ks t t a l i h u on c t o c tem ho a cm n d 20. Command: MA ↵ (MATCH PROPERTIES) (Applies the properties of a selected object to other objects) Select source object :  (pick box will be seen pick OBJECT whose properties you want to copy with the help of mouse) Select destination object(s) or [Settings] : (pick box will be seen pick one or more objects whose properties you want to change with help of mouse) Refer Fig.1 21. Command: PL ↵ (POLYLINE) (Creates two dimensional lines & one Entity Object) Specify start point: (pick point with help of mouse) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 28 . 6.1 Pko ic b x S uc Oje t or e b c Dsin t nOje t e t aio b c B f r Mt h eoe ac Mt h ac Pko ic b x Dsin t nOje t e t aio b c A e Mt h f r ac t Figure 6.

0000 Specify next point or [Arc/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: 50 ↵ (type the value keeping the cursor at 0 degree with ortho mode on) Specify next point or [Arc/Close/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: 50 ↵ (type the value keeping the cursor at 90 degree with ortho mode on) Specify next point or [Arc/Close/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: 50 ↵ (type the value keeping the cursor at 180 degree with ortho mode on) Specify next point or [Arc/Close/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: C ↵ (type C to end the command) Refer Fig.2 Object drawn with “POLYLINE” command Entity : One During selection with cursor whole object is selected Arc Option (Specifying Angle with Center Point) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 29 . 6.2 p ko t ic p in cr o us r p ko t ic p in cro us r p ko t ic p in cro us r p ko t ic p in cro us r p ko t ic p in cro us r Object drawn with “LINE” command Entity : Different During selection with cursor individual line is selected Figure 6.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Current line-width is 0.

press ENTER key) Refer Fig.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Command: PL ↵ (POLYLINE) Specify start point:  (pick point with help of mouse)  Current line-width is 0.3 c e n te r p o in t o f a rc 4 5° s ta rt p o in t o f a rc in clu de d a n g le Figure 6.0000 Specify next point or [Arc/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: A ↵ (Specify here required OPTION & press ENTER key) Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: A ↵ (Specify here required ARC OPTION & press ENTER key) Specify included angle: 45 ↵ Specify endpoint of arc or [CEnter/Radius]: CE ↵ (Specify here required OPTION & press ENTER key) Specify center point of arc: (pick point with help of mouse) Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/CLose/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: ↵ (If arc is drawn and no more arcs are required. 6.3 Arc Option (Specifying Angle with Radius) ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse  Page 30 .

4 45° in c l u d e d a n g le r e q u ir e d r a d iu s s t a r t p o in t o f a rc Figure 6.4 ↵ : Enter key   : Mouse Page 31 R100 . 6.0000 Specify next point or [Arc/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: A ↵ (Specify here required OPTION & press ENTER key) Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: A ↵ (Specify here required ARC OPTION & press ENTER key) Specify included angle: 45 ↵ Specify endpoint of arc or [CEnter/Radius]: R ↵ (Specify here required OPTION & press ENTER key) Specify radius of arc: 100 ↵ Specify direction of chord for arc <0>: (pick point with help of mouse showing in which direction the arc is required) Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/CLose/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: ↵ (If arc is drawn and no more arcs are required.AUTOCAD COMMANDS Command: PL ↵ (POLYLINE) Specify start point: (pick point with help of mouse) Current line-width is 0. press ENTER key) Refer Fig.

AUTOCAD COMMANDS Arc Option (Specifying Center with Angle) Command: PL ↵ (POLYLINE) Specify start point:  (pick point with help of mouse)  Current line-width is 0.5 ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 32 .5 c e n te r p o in t o f a rc 4 5° s ta rt p o in t o f a rc in clu de d a n g le Figure 6.0000 Specify next point or [Arc/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: A ↵ Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: CE ↵ Specify center point of arc: (pick point with help of mouse) Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/Length]: A ↵ Specify included angle: 45 ↵ Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/CLose/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: ↵ (If arc is drawn and no more arcs are required. press ENTER key) Refer Fig. 6.

0000 Specify next point or [Arc/Halfwidth/Length/Undo/Width]: A ↵ Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: CE ↵ Specify center point of arc: (pick point with help of mouse) Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/Length]: L ↵ Specify included angle: 45 ↵ Specify endpoint of arc or [Angle/CEnter/CLose/Direction/Halfwidth/Line/Radius/Second pt/Undo/Width]: ↵ (If arc is drawn and no more arcs are required. press ENTER key) ↵ : Enter key  : Mouse Page 33 .AUTOCAD COMMANDS Arc Option (Specifying Center with Angle) Command: PL ↵ (POLYLINE) Specify start point: (pick point with help of mouse) Current line-width is 0.

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