In the Have You Tried for this month, we cover coordinate entry specifically using Dynamic Input.
Coordinates are one of the fundamental pieces of information required by most commands in AutoCAD to create or modify objects. Coordinate entry is used to accurately position objects within a design when you don’t have geometry from which to reference, or want an object started or inserted at a specific coordinate value.
In this Have You Tried, we discuss:
- What’s Dynamic Input?
- Turning Dynamic Input on or off
- Entering coordinate values with Dynamic Input
- Tips for entering coordinates
- Controlling coordinate entry behavior with Dynamic Input
Learn how coordinate entry can be used to accurately position objects within a design with the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Coordinate Entry with Dynamic Input topic.
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