Monthly Archives: November 2010

SNAP OVERRIDES (temporary osnaps)

While in the middle of a command, you can temporarily¬†turn on a needed OSNAP¬† a number of ways. The most obvious way is to right-click the OSNAP button and then choose the wanted OSNAP. The problem that is most common … Continue reading

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LOST IN THE RIBBON? – FORGOTTEN COMMAND?

If you have made the switch to the ribbon (highly recommended) or you don’t know where to find a command or function in the ribbon, open the Application Menu (the big red A in the upper left). By default, there … Continue reading

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MENUBAR & STATUS BAR

Some people may miss the MENUBAR from the “classic” setup. In the MENUBAR, there are many goodies that will save you time from searching all over the ribbon. To turn on the menubar: In the command line; MENUBAR <enter> 1 … Continue reading

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Drafting Settings Buttons in the Status Bar

Sick of guessing what these mean???? AutoCAD decided to turn the “Drafting Settings buttons” at the bottom of the screen from words into “icons.” I’m sure they did this to free up some space in the Status Bar. They problem … Continue reading

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