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Drawing point entities
A point entity is a single x,y,z-coordinate location formatted as either a single dot or
as one of 19 other possible display styles.
You can draw points one at a time or several at a time.
Changing the size and appearance of point entities
Changing the size and appearance of point entities affects all point entities already in
the drawing, as well as all points that you subsequently draw. Positive values represent
the absolute size of the point entity measured in drawing units. Negative values
represent a percentage relative to the drawing screen, so that points retain their visual
size as you use the Zoom command to change the magnification of the drawing.
When you regenerate the drawing, all point entities change to reflect the new size and
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