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Sunday
Nov062011

Drawing Methods - Relative Polar Coordinate Entry


AutoCAD Video Tutorial - Using Relative Polar Coordinate Entry

Objective: Use Relative Polar Entry to input point locations. This includes input of both a distant and angle to designate a point relative to a current location.

Terms to Know:
  • Relative Polar Coordinates
  • Use of the < symbol to designate angle values
  • Use of the @ symbol to designate Relative entry

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ok thanks for tutorial

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