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  • How to Use Drawing Tool - Line

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Command in a Line:

  • Start the AutoCAD programme.
  • On the command line, type L or Line and press Enter, or select the Line icon from the ribbon panel.
  • Using the cursor on the workspace or drawing area, specify the start and finish points:
  • To quit, press Enter or Esc.

The capacity to type keyboard commands is the Command line's primary function. To type a command, move your cursor to the Command line and type it. If you wish to draw a line, for example, start typing "Line" in the Command line.

Toggle on the command line using the shortcut CTRL+9 (CMD+3 in AutoCAD for Mac). COMMANDLINE is the command to use. This may need the use of Dynamic Input. see In AutoCAD, here's how to enable or disable dynamic input: Select Settings by right-clicking on either Dynamic input or Object Snap in the Status Bar.

To Consolidate Polylines, Splines, Lines, and Arcs into a single object:

  • Select the Home tab. Make changes to the panel Polyline can be edited. Find.
  • To edit, choose a polyline, spline, line, or arc.
  • Enter the letter j. (Join).
  • Choose one or more polylines, splines, lines, or arcs that are connected at their ends.
  • To end the command, press Enter.

To switch off Ortho, press F8. Turn off the Ortho button on the Home Ribbon as well. After that, you can draw a line in any direction.

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