Leveraging grips


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Leveraging grips

Grips are probably the most versatile tool in AutoCAD. We can use them to make quick revisions to our geometry. In fact we can use Grips to accomplish just about every modification command that we have talked about so far. Let's take a look at how they work. Before I get started, notice that my Dynamic Input is turned ON. Dynamic Input gives us additional functionality with our grips, so if you are going to work along with me, and you want your screen to watch mine, make sure that your Dynamic Input Toggle is turned ON. On my screen I have some simple geometry.

I am going to start by selecting this line, and notice these little blue squares, these guys are called Grips and they act a lot like handles. Watch this, if I place my Cursor over this End Grip, I can use the grip to query my geometry. Notice I can see the length of the line as well as the angle at which the line was drawn. I am going to select this circle, and I will hover over this grip, this grip tells me the circle's ra...

Leveraging grips
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Leveraging grips provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 Essential Training

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