DWG FastView drafting commands: polyline, line, circle, arc & rectangle

Today we are starting to explain a new chapter called" DWG FastView drafting commands" and in this post there are following ones: polyline, line, circle, arc and rectangle.

Polyline

Operations:

  1. click the “Draw” button and select the “Polyline” command.
  2. specify the first point of line by dragging or clicking on the drawing area. When the finger lifts, the point achieved.
  3. adjust the first point or specify the next point of polyline. You could draw an arc segment by tapping “Arc” keyword behind command prompts;
  4. repeat step 3; adjust current point or specify next point. If there are two points or more than two on the polyline, it automatically adds a “Close” keyword. You could close the current polyline and end this command by tapping “Close” keyword. you could also cancel the last operation by tapping “Undo” keyword.
  5. Adjust current point or tap “✓” to confirm it.

Line

Operations:

  1. click the “Draw” button and select “Line” command;
  2. specify the first point of line by dragging or clicking on the drawing area. When the finger lifts, the point achieved.
  3. adjust the first point or click on the drawing area to get the second endpoint of line.
  4. adjust the second point or tap “✓” to confirm it.

Circle

Operations:

  1. click the “Draw” button and select the “Circle” command.
  2. specify the circle center by dragging or clicking on the drawing area.
  3. adjust center or click another point to specify the circle radius in drawing area.
  4. adjust radius or tap “✓” to confirm it.

Arc

Operations:

  1. click the “Draw” button and select the “Arc” command.
  2. specify the arc start point by dragging or clicking on the drawing area.
  3. adjust the arc start point or specify the endpoint of the arc by clicking the second point on the drawing area.
  4. adjust the endpoint or specify one point on arc.
  5. adjust current point or tap “✓” to confirm it.

Rectangle

Operations:

  1. click the “Draw” button and select the “Rectangle” command.
  2. specify the first corner point of the rectangle by clicking or dragging.
  3. adjust current point of specify the opposite corner point by clicking or dragging.
  4. adjust current point or tap “✓” to confirm it.

All right, those are the drafting commands introduced today and tomorrow we have next part.

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