For the Have You Tried this month, we’re going to focus on a couple of commands that you might not be using very often, STRETCH and LENGTHEN.
Have you ever needed to change the length of a line or arc after it was drawn? To do this, you might draw a temporary line, extend, or trim to it, and then erase the temporary line. Stretching and lengthening objects can help to reduce these steps.
In this new Have You Tried, we’ll cover how to:
- Stretch multiple objects
- Select objects with precision
- Lengthen objects
- Use grips to stretch and lengthen objects
Learn how to stretch and lengthen objects with the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: The Strength and Lengthen Commands topic.
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