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January 19, 2010

The CAD Times

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AutoCAD's Multiple Entity Stretch

For this TIP you need to have the Express Tools installed. One of the commands that I use all the time is the STRETCH. Sometimes it is a challenge... Click here to read more about "AutoCAD – Multiple Entity Stretch"

AutoCAD Snap “From”

AutoCAD snap “FROM” is another one of those snap options that I just love and use often. The FROM snap option allows you to move an object a specific...Click here to read more about "AutoCAD Snap “From”"

Using Fields

For this TIP I will assume that you are familiar with the MTEXT command. If your office is anything like the one I work in then there is at least one... Click here to read more about "AutoCAD – Using Fields"

Inputting Survey Bearings

Once in a while I will be asked to draw a site plan from scratch. It is easy enough to go on the internet and find and aerial shot of the site you

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