Using the OFFSET command

Offset creates new objects whose shape is similar to the shape of the selected object. Creating a design with the help offset more easily and faster than having to draw a line, one by one. With the help menu to offset all the design simple and fast.
Ribbon: Home tab> Modify panel> Offset icon














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  • GRID ON

    We will use the GRID options to get a visual reference as to the size of the object and learn to limit the movement of the cursor.
    Regional Status Bar is located at the bottom of the AutoCAD drawing screen.
    SNAP, GRID, ortho, POLAR, OSNAP, OSNAP, OTRACK, LWT and MODEL appear on the right are the coordinates that we can left-click to change this special options ON and OFF. When the corresponding button is highlighted, a special option is turned ON.
    These buttons act as switches switch; every click of the button will activate the option ON or OFF.
    Steps to display the GRID ON
    1. Left-click the GRID button in the Status Bar to activate the option GRID. (Note in the command prompt, the message "" is also displayed.)
     2. Move the cursor in the graphics window, and estimate the distance between grid points by watching the screen coordinates at the bottom of the screen.
    GRID option creates the pattern of dots which extends over an area on the screen.




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  • Object Properties Dialog

    In the AutoCAD Object Properties dialog there, which serves to revolutionize how we view and edit object properties.
    Object Properties dialog combines the functionality found in the command like
    as DDMODIFY and DDCHPROP and add many other object-specific editing commands. through
    single, resizable, dockable, modeless dialog, Object Properties
    Dialogue allows us to change almost all properties of AutoCAD objects in a simpler, faster, more efficiently.




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  • UNDO command

    UNDO command displays the system name or variable in the Command prompt to indicate that we have gone past the point where the command is used.
    In the AutoCAD 2012 or AutoCAD all versions always offer Undo and Redo commands.
    AutoCAD always remembers every command that we run, starting from the moment we open the picture.
    so that we can cancel any action and return to the picture with the condition when we opened it.
    Every time we click Undo on the Quick Access toolbar, we cancel an order.
    we can click the Undo button on the drop-down list and select a previous command to cancel orders and all orders then.
    If we keep going back to the first command session, we cancel all orders and get the message: Everything has been undone
    NEEW FFEEATUREE Undo button on the Quick Access toolbar now allows us to cancel some operations by clicking the down arrow on the right button and selecting an initial order that we want to cancel.
    This procedure Cancel all orders we have chosen the top command.




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  • Drive the geometry from the dimensions In AutoCAD 2012

    In AutoCAD 2012, we will find the dimensional constraints located in the center of the Parametrics tab on the ribbon. We can also use the DIMCONSTRAINT command.
    Here we will find the standard types of dimensions, but these dimensions are able to drive our geometry, if we can dimension a circle with the Radial option and later control that circle by simply changing the dimension value. We will want to use Dimensional Constraints on geometry you want to be able to easily change or on geometry you want to constrain to a specific size.






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