- The command-line is fairly unique in modern applications.…Some of us may remember the DOS operating system,…where every command was typed into the computer.…This evokes the mindset of complete control…of the application to almost a programming level.…If that really isn't the case in AutoCAD,…by default the command-line shows one line.…Many commands however require multiple lines…to display settings or provide results,…like the list command.…I'm gonna type in the word "list" and press Return.…You can see down in the command-line…I'm asked to select objects.…
I'm going to select my circle and press Return.…The command-line automatically expands…to show me all the information that it has…on that specific object.…In this case, the center point, the radius,…the circumference and the area.…I'll collapse this back down to one line.…And now I'm gonna adjust the command-line…so it shows three lines,…and this is personal preference,…but I find that gives me all of the options…and all of the information that I need…from the command-line.…
- Accessing palettes
- Changing preferences
- Opening and saving files
- Working with views
- Creating basic geometry: lines, ellipses, splines, and more
- Selecting, moving, copying, and scaling geometry
- Working with layers
- Using gradients
- Creating blocks and dynamic blocks
- Working with references
- Creating layouts
- Annotating drawings
- Plotting and sharing
- Starting in 3D
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Interface
2. File Management
4. Basic Geometry
5. Geometry Tools
6. Modifying Geometry
8. Advanced Objects
11. Plotting and Sharing
12. 3D Basics
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