Object snap

Object snap or Osnap is a facility that helps us to determine a point on the object that we do.
Otmatis Osnap can be activated from the menu Tools> Drafting Setings> Object Snap Tab
or via the Command line: "OSNAP" / "OS". To activate it, click on the check box "Object Snap On".
Easily we can also change the status of OSNAP be ON or OFF by pressing the "F3" or tab "OSNAP" at the bottom of the screen.
Under conditions of active OSNAP, AutoCAD will display the snap points on an object when we draw.
Osnap also be raised on the flyout menu with menkan the shift key on the keyboard and click the right mouse button simultaneously.
or via the Command line: "OSNAP" / "OS". To activate it, click on the check box "Object Snap On".
Easily we can also change the status of OSNAP be ON or OFF by pressing the "F3" or tab "OSNAP" at the bottom of the screen.
Under conditions of active OSNAP, AutoCAD will display the snap points on an object when we draw.
Osnap also be raised on the flyout menu with menkan the shift key on the keyboard and click the right mouse button simultaneously.





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  • Change the Background Color command line from white to yellow

    Starting AutoCAD> New> Acad
    By default, display the command line in AutoCAD worksheet is white.
    But we can change it with other colors according to our wishes.
    The step we do is

    On the menu bar> tools> options ...
    or on the command line type op (OPTION), then press Enter.
    Options dialog box appears> Display> Color
    Drawing Window dialog box appears Colors
    On the Context menu> Command line.
    On the menu interface element> Uniform click Background.
    In the Color drop down menu> select the color yellow
    Click Apply & Close if you have selected a color.
    Click on OK.




















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  • PAN VIEW

    Often we can not see the whole drawing that we create on the screen.
    Therefore Pan menu helps us to see the drawing is not visible.
    Pan is the menu to move the screen without changing the magnification.
    PAN command to move in the direction and distance without changing the magnification of the drawing.
    The drawing will move when we move the cursor.
    To move the drawing, click the Pan button on the status bar. The cursor turns into a hand drawing.
    Place your cursor anywhere in our drawing area, then click and drag in the direction we want.
    can also by clicking and holding the mouse wheel and move the mouse.
    To exit the Pan menu, press Esc or Enter.
    We can change the look of the scroll bar and turn it off. Select the Application Button.
    Open the Options dialog box> In the Display tab, check or uncheck the Display Scroll Bars in Drawing Window check box.




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  • limit drawing area

    Limits are used to restrict the drawing area, its function for setting the limit drawing area as a visual reference that marks the work area, and defines the area to be printed.
    Steps we need to do to set the boundary area to draw from the Menu Bar select format> drawing limits

    We will make the work area with paper size A4, should be done is STEP 2:

    Command: '_limits
    Reset Model space limits:
    Specify the lower left corner or [ON / OFF]; 0.0000,0.0000;: type in 0.0
    Specify upper right corner <12.0000,9.0000;: type 210.297
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  • Direct Distance Entry

    In order to make the line can be fast, easy and practical, use this method to input the distance of a particular reference point.
    For example we will create a line along the 30 right, then we need to do is click on one point as the start or end of the line,
    then point to the right make sure that orhto mode = on by clicking on the tab "Ortho" or press the "F8"
    kemudaian input a desired distance such as 30, then enter. It will produce a line along 30.
    In addition to straight line (with angle 0, 90, 180 and 270), we can also do on-line that has a specific angel.
    By disabling the ortho mode (F8).










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  • Create a single line

    Use the Line command to create a single line or multiple line segment from start point to end point.
    Use it to create a single line or multiple line segments.
    Use the Close option to connect the last segment to the start of the first segment.
    If we use the command line and press ENTER, and did not choose a starting point, Line will continue on the last point selected, as the end of the previous line.
    We can do the Undo segments of the line without completely out of line command line by typing U and then press ENTER, or choose Undo.

    To draw a horizontal line:
    ribbon, click the Home tab> Draw panel> Line.
    For a starting point, click any place a dot on the screen.
    Drag the line to the right until we can see that the tooltip shows the polar angle is 0.
    Then enter the number 6 and press ENTER.
    we continue to draw the rest of the line segment from the last point line, Drag the mouse up until we see that the tooltip shows that Polar angle is 90, the input number 3



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  • Osnap

    Osnap stands objec snap, the object is locked
    Osnap can be arranged from the status bar button or by pressing the F3 key (Osnap)
    Osnaps allows objects to be added to the image on the right position in relation to other existing objects on the screen.
    With osnaps, objects can be added to the end point, mid point, to the intersection of the object, to the centers and the quadrant of the circle and so on.

    To set Osnaps, in the command line:
    command: type os
    And the Drafting Settings dialog appears. Click the Object Snap tab at the top of the dialog and click on each checkbox
    When osnaps set ON, such as lines are constructed using osnaps.



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  • Draw Arc

    In AutoCAD 2012, the arc can be created using a lot of ways, including the Start point: a point on the arc (Second point); its Center; its End; its radius; the Length of the arc; the Direction in the which the arc is to be constructed; the angle the between lines of the arc.
    These characteristics are displayed in the menu click on the Arc Appearing with tools in the Home / Draw the panel.
    Click on the icon of the arc at Home / Draw
    panel, click on the Arc on the Draw toolbar, click on the Draw Arc in the dropdown
    menu, or enter on the command line or arc.




    example:
    Command: a
    ARC Specify start point of arc or [Center]: 0.0
    Specify second point of arc or [Center / End]:
    Specify end point of arc:



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  • Coordinate system X, Y

    AutoCAD works by such a graph with X and Y axis
    Arrow X along the X axis in the positive direction. This means that if us to the direction of the arrow (right) x, the coordinates of X will increase.
    Arrow Y along the Y axis in positive direction. This means that if us toward the arrow (top) y, y coordinates will increase.
    Using this system, each 2D image point on the screen can
    determined by using X and Y coordinates, this is called
    Cartesian coordinate system.
    Universal convention to put the X coordinate first, and then
    comma and then the coordinates of Y.
    By default, the intersection X axis and Y axis is 0.0.
    Using negative numbers for the points to the left of the axis X or to bottom of the Y-



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