Undoing and redoing actions


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Undoing and redoing actions

If you ask most AutoCAD users what their favorite command is, Undo is usually the answer. That's because we all make mistakes and when we do, the Undo command will let us put things back the way they were. In this lesson, we are going to learn how to use the Undo command. On my screen, I have a mechanical drawing. this line work represents a gasket and in order to demonstrate Undo, I first have to do something. So I am going to make a design change to this geometry. Currently, this geometry has two tabs and the tabs are skewed 15 degrees. Let's say, I would like these tabs to be in perfect alignment.

So I am going to rotate some of this geometry. I will move up and launch the Rotate command and I am going to select this line and this arc, this line, I'll select this circle and select the geometry for this slot and I'll select my center line. Then I'll right-click, I would like to rotate this geometry around the center of this circle and normally, I would rotate this 15 d...

Undoing and redoing actions
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Undoing and redoing actions provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 Essential Training

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