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Editing with grips

Editing with grips: AutoCAD 2015 Essential Training
Editing with grips: AutoCAD 2015 Essential Training

Every object in AutoCAD LT has what are called "grips" that appear at both ends and in the middle of the object as you select it. Grips are used for an alternative way to carry out six different modify commands, such as re-positioning, stretching, rotating, and mirroring objects. This video explains editing with grips in AutoCAD 2015, and shows you how you would use them to stretch, rotate, move, mirror, and carry out the other editing tasks with the grips on the objects.

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Skill Level Beginner
8h 35m
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CAD 2D Drawing AutoCAD LT AutoCAD

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