Enter a command, then choose the objects you want to change. Select the items first, then type a command. When you select an object and right-click it, a shortcut menu with relevant editing options appears.
The following steps will show you how:
Select the desired object, then type "MODIFY" and press enter.
To modify one side of an object, select that side by clicking on it.
Type a new length and press enter.
To change all four sides at once, type "ALL" before selecting them and then pressing enter.
To undo any modifications, type "UNDO".
Lines in AutoCAD are the most basic entities in the program. They can be used to represent any physical object that has a length and a width. Lines are two-dimensional objects and they can be created using the line command.
The process of editing polylines in AutoCAD is a very time-consuming and tedious process. The user has to start the edit command, select the desired polyline, and then finish the command by selecting all the points that need to be edited. However, there are some shortcuts that can make this process more efficient.
The steps to create an advance object are as follows:
Create a new object and name it the desired name.
Add a new attribute to the object and assign it a value.
Add another attribute or modify an existing one, assigning it a value of your choice.