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Drawing lines

 

A line consists of two points: a start point and an endpoint. You can connect a series

of lines, but each line segment is considered a separate line entity.

 

The prompt box provides several options as you draw. For example, when you draw the first line segment, you can specify its length or orientation angle. After you draw at least one line segment, you can click Undo to remove the previous line segment. You can click Done to end the line command. After you draw two or more line segments, you can click Close to complete the line command by drawing a line segment that connects to the start point of the first line segment you drew.

 

If the last entity you drew was an arc, you can also draw a line tangent to and starting from the endpoint of the arc.

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