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How to create a drawing in AutoCAD

How to create a drawing in AutoCAD

AutoCAD (AutoCAD) - is a system of computer-aided design.

Drawing in AutoCAD - a drawing in vector format with precise lines and forms at any scale.

To create drawings using any version of AutoCAD should be used as tools for drawing, and a special "Property inspector" and edit command window.



Open the AutoCAD program and select the New ( "New") in the File menu ( "File") to create a new project file.


Units Enter the command line program, to determine the parameters Length ( «Length»), Angle ( «angle») and Insertion Scale.


Enter Dsettings command to open a windowDrawing Settings ( «Drawing Settings") and include tools for drawing, such as diagrams, object snaps and grid. Make the necessary changes in the parameters of the drawing, and then click OK to close the Drawing Settings window.


Enter the drawing command. For example, type Line ( «Line") to draw a line, Circle ( «Circle") to add a circle or Rectangle ( «Rectangle") - for a rectangle. Click the mouse button in the drawing window to create a starting point for the drawing commands. Click the mouse button again to finish the object or type the "@ X, Y" or "@ D & lt-" (for oblique lines) on the command line, where "@" specifies the size relative to the first point of the object, "X" - the horizontal distance from the first point, "Y" vertical distance, "D" - the distance from the object, "& lt-" defines a slanted line, and 'A' - the tilt angle of the line.


Select objects and adjust their formor manually enter the specific commands in a row, for example, Trim ( «Crop»), Extend ( «Expansion»), Move ( «Moving»), Rotate ( «Turn") and Mirror ( «Mirror»).


Type Properties ( «Properties") in the commandline to open the Properties Inspector window ( "Property inspector"). Use the Properties Inspector to determine the layer, color, thickness and line style objects. Additionally, "Property inspector" provides information about the attributes of the object and drawing, for example, range, location, and annotations.

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