AUTOCAD TIPS AND TRICKS

AUTOCAD TIPS AND TRICKS

AUTOCAD TIPS AND TRICKS 

1—  AUTOSCALE SETTING

==  Quickly adjust the default scale factor by setting the Aux scale factor to either the DIM or           Plot Scale.

2APPLOAD

==  This command allows you to set the application to load each time you open AutoCAD.

3—  BATTMAN

== This is for changing the properties and order of block definitions.

4BOX

==  This is a perfect command for creating a 3D box and defining its height, depth, and width.

5–BO/BOUNDARY

==  Lets you split an object into two by drawing a line through it. Use the BOUNDARY                      command to come up with correct sizes of polylines in each half, and erasing all original          objects.

6BURST

==   This is the command to use if you want to explode a block object while maintaining all its         attributes.

7–CHANGE CASE

==    This is for quickly changing the case of your letters without retyping MText.

8–COLOR

==    If you do not want to waste time when changing the color layer for future objects, lines             or blocks, try this.

9–Ctrl + R

==   This is for changing paper space viewports.

10–CLASSICXREF

==   Switching back to the old style of XREFs

11–CHSPACE

==  This shortcut lets you choose a specific viewport to view texts or objects, in order to                    transfer objects in a drawing from a layout to model space.

12–DIMBASELINE

==    Type this command if you want to create a dimension whose starting point is the                       baseline of an earlier dimension. This trick is applicable to all kinds of dimensions                     including linear, coordinate and angular.

13–DIMROTATED

==    Align dimensions to staggered objects in cases where DIMALIGNED cannot work.

14–FACETRES

==   Quickly adjust curve smoothness of solid objects using this command.

15–FILEDIA

==  Simply set this value to 1 or 0 if you want to be able to open dialogue boxes in AutoCAD,          or do everything in the command line, respectively.

16–IMAGECLIP

==   This is one of the quickest ways to crop any image in your drawing

17–ID

==    This command enables you to display point coordinates throughout the worksheet, thus            letting you easily track the location of various objects within your worksheet.

18–IMPORTING BLOCK DEFINITIONS 

==   Keep definitions in your drawing for later referencing. Simply enter the INSERT                        command, select a file and press the ESC button when the first prompt appears.

19–MLEDIT

==  If you want to edit many parallel lines at once, this is the command to use.

 

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