Editing polylines using multifunctional grips


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Editing polylines using multifunctional grips

In the past, editing polylines has always been painful. It involved a lot of menus, the commands weren't user-friendly, and the only geometry you can add to a polylines were straight segments. Well, in AutoCAD 2011 it's now easier than ever to make changes to your polylines. In this lesson we are going to learn how to revise our polyline geometry using the new multifunctional grips. I'd like to start out by drawing a polyline. So let's come up to the Draw panel. We'll launch the Polyline command. Then I'll pick some points on screen, and you know what, I can see that my object tracking is turned on.

Let's come down and click the toggle to turn that off, just so we don't have the additional line work popping up on screen. I'll pick a few more points. When I'm finished, I'll hit my Escape key. To edit this polyline I'll click to select it. And notice that in addition to the primary grips that we're used to seeing at the endpoints and the cor...

Editing polylines using multifunctional grips
Video duration: 6m 14s 3h 46m Intermediate

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Editing polylines using multifunctional grips provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 New Features

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