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The exercise of circle in AutoCAD can be done by using the Circle command. The user needs to click on the command and then input the radius and center point, which will be drawn in blue.

On the command line, type extrim. Select one of the listed objects at the Pick a POLYLINE, LINE, CIRCLE, ARC, ELLIPSE, IMAGE, or TEXT for cutting edge: prompt.

So keep this in mind:

  • Go ahead and run the TRIM command.
  • Selecting cutting edges Choose items or choose all: prompt, then hit Enter.
  • Choose the object(s) you want to cut.

Command on the line:

  • Open the AutoCAD software.
  • On the command line, type L or Line and press Enter, or choose the Line icon from the ribbon panel.
  • Using the cursor on the workspace or drawing area, specify the starting point and endpoint, as shown in the image below:
  • To exit, press Enter or Esc.

The line is a straight path that extends infinitely in both directions. A circle, on the other hand, is a closed curve that goes around in one direction only.

A line is just a thicker trim. A line is just a thicker trim. A line is used to cover up a larger area, such as the gap between two walls or to cover up an entire wall. It can also be used on the floor to cover up things like scuffs and scratches.

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