Object Snaps (abbreviated as Osnaps) are drawing tools that work in tandem with other commands to help you draw more correctly. When picking a point, Osnaps allow you to snap to a specified object location. You can use Osnaps to pick the end point of a line or the centre of a circle, for example.
It also has a lot of practical uses for many people. For example, if you are in the middle of an online purchase and want to know the shipping costs before confirming your order, you can use Osnap to take a screenshot of the shipping page and then compare it with your own shipping rates.
When you're asked for a point within a command, you can use object snaps to define specific locations on objects. Object snaps, for example, can be used to draw a line from the centre of a circle to the middle of another line. When you're asked for a point, you can specify an object snap.
Osnap is a function that is often used in AutoCAD to help with drawing objects. It can be used to snap the cursor to an object when the user drags it, or it can be used to snap the cursor to a specific point on an object.
Toggle running object snaps on and off by pressing F3 or clicking the Object Snap button on the status bar. Before you define the point, press TAB to cycle through the object snap options.
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