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1. Space model serves to indicate the current working environment is a model space.
2. Layout serves to show the current working environment paper space
3. Quick View Layouts that we can see some quick and convenient layout of the same file
4. Quick View Drawings which we can view multiple files simultaneously quickly.
5. Pan allows us to use the framing command in real time.
6. Zoom function to activate the Zoom command.
7. SteeringWheel serves to tools to navigate around the three-dimensional model, includes commands such as Zoom and Orbit
8. ShowMotion embuat and rotate function to view the animation is saved.
9. Annotation Scale function to set the scale of annotative objects.
10. Annotation Visibility function to display annotative objects at all scales ..
11. Scale Auto Annotation serves to add object automatically scales the explanation, when the scale of the image changes.
12. Workspace Switching function to switch between work environments
13. Toolbar / Windows locking position and locked toolbars and tool palettes.
14. Clean Screen function to clean the bar screen and the tool palette.


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  • ARC command offers several methods for determining the arc. The method we choose depends
    on the information we have about the arc that we want pictures.
    When we begin to command the ARC, we have two choices, Start Point and center.
    Depending on how we started.
    We also can press Enter on the first arc prompt to draw a second arc starting from the endpoint
    drawn from the most recent arc, line, polyline, or other objects. The new arc continues in
    same direction as the end of the first object. Prompt nothing but the end point.
    To draw an arc, select Arc from the Draw toolbar
    When drawing an arc by using the Start, End, and the choice of Radius, three specifications
    actually defines two possible arcs, one small and one large. ARC command attractive
    small arc by default, in the opposite direction.
    Command: a
    ARC Specify start point of arc or [Center]: Click on the line (1)
    Specify second point of arc or [Center / End]: click on the line (2)
    Specify end point of arc: click on the line (3)
    enter


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  • Offset creates new objects whose shape is similar to the shape of the selected object.
    This command always have two options: Distance and Through.
    Through the through option allows us to offset the object through the selected point.
    Creating a design with the help offset more easily and faster than having to draw a line, one by one.
    With the help menu to offset all the design simple and fast




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  • In the AutoCAD 2012 features are auto-complete command line so that
    when we type a few letters that automatically complete the command or show
    lists all the commands are the same prefix as we type and we can choose
    list of commands that we want.
    Click with the right mouse button provides access to tools Auto-complete, view variables, and others.




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  • Model space is the area where we will create a design. Layout that works for annotation, borders, title blocks, and plotting.
    In AutoCAD, there are two different work environments are represented by models and named layout.
    If you would create two-dimensional image that has a single view,
    You can make good models and explanations are all in model space, do not use layouts.
    This is the traditional method for creating images with AutoCAD.
    When we design, we always have to draw on the full scale. Space environment models offer
    limited quantities to create the design. Use layouts to create sheets of drawings that represent
    an area equal to the actual size of the paper.
    We can switch between model space and layout by selecting a button located on the Status Bar
    at the bottom of the AutoCAD window.



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  • If we want to create an image by performing repairs or revisions, but the original drawing is still there
    and do not want to change it again, then we need to save the drawing with a new name.
    Steps we have to do is:
    After editing drawing, then select Application File> Save As.
    This will bring up drawing Save As dialog box, type the new name in the File Name text box. Then click Save.
    We also might want to change the storage location of the new drawing is to change the folder location can be stored via the drop-down list box.



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  • Using the keyboard is helping a lot of work you do in AutoCAD, You could use a few keystrokes more often than others.




    special button
    You use the following keys most often. This button has a special meaning for the software.
    -Use the ESC key to cancel all current action and return to the Command: prompt.
    -Press the ENTER key to follow all keyboard input.
    You will also resolve many of the command by pressing ENTER.
    Pressing SPACEBAR-equivalent to pressing the ENTER key and often easier to use.
    -Pressing the SPACEBAR or ENTER at the Command: prompt to repeat the last command used.
    -Pressing the Up and Down arrow keys to cycle through previously used commands.
    -the TAB key is very useful to navigate in the dialog box. You must use the TAB key to move
    from field to field. Be careful to not press ENTER.

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