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How to use stretch command

How to use Stretch Command in AutoCAD


In this video we will see that how we can use Stretch command in AutoCAD.

We can use Stretch command in Autocad from our modify panel and selecting stretch command from it.

The shortcut key for stretch command is 'S+Enter' key.

To use this command we first need to select our object, not with window selection, but with cross selection and then select one base point from where we want to stretch, and provide with certain dimension to stretch accordingly.

The one thing which we need to remember while using stretch command is that in this objects like circle, ellipse, and block will not be able to get stretched.


The stretch command is a great way to modify the size of an object. It is also a good way to make sure that objects are evenly spaced. To use the stretch command, you first need to select the object that you want to modify. Then you will need to enter "STRETCH" in the command line and select the direction that you want it stretched. If you are stretching in one direction, then enter "STRETCH" for example STRETCH RIGHT or STRETCH UP. If you are stretching an object along two axes, then enter "STRETCH " for example STRETCH RIGHT UP or STRETCH DOWN LEFT

The Stretch Object tool is a very powerful tool in Illustrator. It can be used to create some very interesting effects and add variety to your designs. One of the most popular uses for the Stretch Object Tool is to create a wavy or rippled effect on text or shapes. To do this, select the text or shape that you want to apply the effect to then click on the icon that looks like a rectangle with an arrow pointing up and out of it at its lower right corner. This will open up a window with different options for applying this effect. You can also find this option by going into Effects > Distort & Transform > Transform > Wave from the menu bar at the top of your screen.

The stretch command in Autocad is used to distort an object. It can be used to change the shape of a line, arc, or polyline. To use the stretch command in Autocad, first select the object you want to change. Next click on Stretch from the Modify panel. Finally, select how you want to distort your object by selecting Linear or Polar from the pull-down menu.

The stretch command is a very useful tool that can be used to change the size of text on a page. It is often used for headlines, subheadings, and other pieces of content. To stretch text, you need to use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+D. You can also find this option under the Format menu in some programs.

Stretch command in Autocad is used to stretch a line or curve. It is used to stretch the selected line or curve. The function of Stretch command in Autocad is similar to that of Stretch tool in AutoCAD. The only difference between them is that Stretch command in Autocad can be applied to a selected line or curve, while Stretch tool in AutoCAD can be applied to any object.

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