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Basic

Basic commands

Selecting all
Adjusting the Aperture
Draw an arc
Creating a block
Chamfering
Drawing a circle
Close an Autocad drawing
The Command Bar
Using colors
Copyclip or copy
Copying to layer in an Autocad drawing
Cutclip or cut
Dimension styles
Ddinsert
Using ddrmodes
DDUCS can restore a saved UCS
dDUCSP can switch you over to a standard UCS
Units
Measure a distance
Dividing objects?
Drawing a Double Lines
Draw a donut?
Using aerial view
Writing Text
Editing attributes
Draw an ellipse
Hit Enter in Autocad drawings
Erase
Filter out specific coordinates
Finding and replcing text
Using the from feature
Geographic locations
Using the grid
Hiding views
Identifying points
Insert
Changing layers
Layer allows you to create and manage layers
Going to a previous layer
Matching layers
Making an object's layer current
Walking through layers
Light Lists
Limits for an Autocad drawing
Draw a Line
Line types
Listing entity data
Setting linetype scale
Getting the mass properties of solids
Measuring
Drawing Multi-Lines
Model Space
Mriting MText
Mview
New Autocad drawing
Select Objects
OLE links in an Autocad drawing
Redoing in an Autocad drawing
Open an Autocad drawing
Object snaps
Pan
Pfasteclip or paste
Paste special
Plan view
Drawing polylines
Plot a drawing
Drawing points
Select points
Drawing a polygon
Print Preview
Paper space
Purge an Autocad drawing
Quitting an Autocad session
Creating Rays
Recovering a damaged Autocad drawing
Draw Rectangles
Redoing in an Autocad drawing
Redraw an Autocad drawing
Referencing in an Autocad drawing
Regenerate an Autocad drawing
Refreshes the entire drawing
Renaming entities
Save a drawing
Setting system variables
Using the snap
2D solids
Drawing a spline
U?sing a tablet
Tilemode
Tracking
The UCS
UCS icon
Undo one step
Units
Changing Views
Vpoint
Model space viewports
Construction lines
External referances
Zoom

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