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AutoCAD maintains an internal database on every drawing The drawing database contains information about the types of objects in the drawing, de ned layers, and the current space (model or paper) It also contains speci c numerical information about individual objects and their placement in the drawing This information can be useful to drafters and programmers using AutoCAD for a variety of tasks
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1 Pick the List button from the expanded Properties panel 2 Pick any point on the shaft and press ENTER The AutoCAD Text window displays the object type, layer, space, center point, radius, circumference, and area 3 Close the window 4 Select the shaft 5 Right-click and pick Properties from the shortcut menu AutoCAD displays most of the same information, but does not give the space The bene t of this list is that you can make changes to the object, such as changing its circumference and area 6 Pick the text eld to the right of Area Notice the calculator button that appears on the right side of the Area line This provides you with another way to open QuickCalc 7 Pick the calculator button to open the QuickCalc palette, then close it 8 In the Properties palette, change the area of the shaft to 3 AutoCAD redraws the shaft with an area of 3 units 9 Close the Properties palette and undo Step 8
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You can apply the same power that AutoCAD uses to calculate coordinates, areas, and circumferences to edit objects with mathematical precision You can use this power to divide objects into equal parts and to measure exact intervals along a line or arc
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Dividing an Object into Equal Parts
The DIVIDE command divides an object, such as the end of the shaft, into a speci ed number of equal parts 1 Expand the Draw panel in the Home tab of the Ribbon, then pick the Divide button from the yout below Multiple Points This enters the DIVIDE command 2 Select the shaft 3 Enter 20 for the number of segments It appears as though nothing has happened Something did happen: the DIVIDE command divided the end of the shaft into 20 equal parts using 20 points; you just can t see them Here s how to use them 4 Turn off snap and object snap and open the Object Snap toolbar 5 Enter the LINE command and pick the Node object snap (Node is used to snap to the nearest point) 6 Move the crosshairs along the shaft and snap to one of the nodes 7 Snap to the center of the shaft 8 Enter the Node object snap again and snap to another point on the shaft 9 Terminate the LINE command 10 Save your work
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Displaying the Points
AutoCAD s DDPTYPE command is used to control the appearance of points Let s use it to make the points on the shaft visible 1 In the Format menu of the Menu Bar, pick the Point Style option, or enter
DDPTYPE
AutoCAD displays the dialog box shown in Fig 31-4 2 Pick the rst point style in the second row the one with a circle and a point at its center and pick OK
Fig 31-4
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Fig 31-5
AutoCAD places a small circle at each of the 20 equally spaced points, as shown in Fig 31-5 3 Display the same dialog box (press the spacebar) 4 Experiment with other point styles and adjust the point size 5 Display the Point Style dialog box again and set the style to the last one in the top row 6 Pick OK to close the dialog box
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