The majority of operations you perform in AutoCAD will likely modify existing objects: Erase, move, copy, offset, and so on. The basics of AutoCAD modifying offer you several powerful methods for selecting individual and multiple objects. Duplicating or mirroring collections of objects is an easy and efficient way to work.
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- ALIGN (Command)
- COPY (Command)
- ERASE (Command)
- EXTEND (Command)
- EXPLODE (Command)
- FILLET (Command)
- MIRROR (Command)
- MOVE (Command)
- OFFSET (Command)
- PEDIT (Command)
- ROTATE (Command)
- STRETCH (Command)
- TRIM (Command)
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