Using running object snaps
Using polar tracking
Using the Stretch command
Using point filters
Zooming and panning with the Realtime commands
Copying and moving objects
Using direct entry of distances
Creating circles and ellipses
Drawing using parametric constraints
The preceding chapter emphasized using existing geometry (or objects) in a drawing to create new geometry. In this chapter, you'll look at new tools for forming an efficient drawing strategy. Before getting back to the cabin, I'll give you a brief overview of the tools available for starting and running commands.
Developing a drawing strategy begins with determining the best way to start a command or determining when to start it. AutoCAD provides ...